Extinction Rebellion (abbreviated as XR) is a socio-political movement which uses nonviolent resistance to protest against climate breakdown, biodiversity loss, and the risk of human extinction and ecological collapse.
When you spend more money on creating a green image of your work rather than striving to actually make your processes more sustainable – you are effectively Green Washing.
The UseMeAgain campaign by eCoexist encourages people to replace single use disposable plastic bags with reusable cloth bags since 2010. We have developed a range of bags styles and sizes – these are made using unbleached cotton and canvas and can be customised to your needs.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.
When considering the environmental situation we find ourselves in today, one often wonders how we could have strayed so far from our original connection to Nature, how we could have created such an unsustainable world both for humanity as well as for all the other living species the planet is home to.
We have also welcomed several volunteers over the last 13 years – students, interns, homemakers and professionals. This newsletter introduces you to our current set of volunteers …we will also share with you the range of ways in which you can participate in our work.
Once upon a time, lived King Shibi who was known for his sense of righteousness and tremendous generosity. With his deep understanding of justice, he ruled and resolved the needs of all his kingdom. One day, while he was at court, a frightened pigeon came and took refuge in his lap. Following the pigeon, was the eagle hunting for his prey.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.
Spring is our favourite season at eCoexist and we celebrate it with the festival of Holi!
On 18 March, 2019, it will be exactly one year since the government of Maharashtra declared a ban on single use disposable plastic items in the state.
This newsletter is a summary of a study done by Toxics Link, New Delhi on the widespread and persistent hazard of microplastics in our environment.
In September 2017, eCoexist in collaboration with Oikos and the Ecological Society, started to gather a group of citizens to discuss whether and how we could create a city free of single use disposable plastic bags.