This newsletter contains notes from the sixth citizens meeting we conducted to evaluate the progress on the ban on single use disposable plastic bags.
Frugality. An interesting word. To me, it doesnt speak of lack and poverty. Neither does it allude to self interest or small mindedness. Frugality is about choices. It is about knowing that time is precious and choosing wisely what to spend it on.
We are coming to Mumbai to participate in the Kala Ghoda festival! Come visit our stall to see our full range of cloth solutions to the disposable plastic situation, test our beautful natural Holi colours and to discuss new ideas we are working on!
What is our vision for the future? What kind of a world do we envision for our children?
Last week, the eCoexist team gathered in the village of Ahwalwadi, to celebrate two years of work with the village women.
The idea that we are running out of time is a fundamental principle that the entire debate around sustainability is based on.
This issue of our newsletter looks at one of the ways in which the Polluter Pays principle is being implemented in various countries.
In most cultures, colours are considered auspicious, significant and sometimes even sacred. India is known for its celebration of colour in dress, in food, in arts and crafts and in architecture
As part of our Healing with Nature series, we shall be looking at simple home remedies and natural substances that we can use to keep our bodies fit and radiant. Today, we bring to you the magical properties of one of the most valued spices in Indian cuisine.
The word TOXIC brings up dark images of skulls and bones and generally indicates danger. We are being told that our living environments are becoming increasingly toxic. But what do we mean when we say something is toxic?