As we gear up for the upcoming Ganesh festival, eCoexist is bringing attention to all the environmental issues that can be addressed by a conscious and aware celebration.
Can Sustainability be part of the discourse in Religious Studies? Apparently it can.
This is going to be a series of articles highlighting the wildlife we live amidst. It has been republished from the Mongabay website
This year we have experienced one of the hottest summers in Maharashtra. Climate change is not a thing of the future – it feels like it is here – at our doorstep. How did this happen?
This newsletter is about Green Humour – a series of cartoons and illustrations made by Rohan Chakravarty – cartoonist with a passion for Nature.
This weeks newsletter is a review of a childrens story book written by Neeraj Vagholikar, a Pune based environmentalist with over two decades of experience in the field of conservation.
Vision is a two way process. We ‘see’ what exists but we also create what we can visualise. The process of creation begins with a vision.
As we look around today, and watch the human built environment overtake the last remnants of wilderness, we now need to develop a new vision.
Nature is a powerful healer. She realigns the human body and mind to her own collective frequencies and hold secrets of healing that modern medicine is yet to discover or understand.
The stories we tell ourselves and our children, shape the way we view both our past and our future, but most importantly position us in the present. This weeks newsletter is about a person and a story he wrote that is influencing the present world powerfully.
In 2017, eCoexist initiated and designed a unique study programme called the Virtual Internship along with the University of Birmingham and the Swinburne University in Melbourne.