The first lockdown last year was quite the event. It disrupted the lives of millions of migrant labourers, forcing many to walk across the country. It also gave us a glimpse of a world without the din of industrial and urban activity, with the Himalayas being visible from a hundred miles away for the first time in decades.
Where we sing the lockdown blues
What's the cost of air?
The viral climate
Washing hands or Washing off our hands?
The Covid Dump
What do we do when calamities multiply?
Cyclone meets COVID: we have to shore up the banks, with or without masks
Natural Farming might be the answer to some of these questions
The Stone says I have seen it all
The messenger signing off for this week
A glimpse of a future Messenger
Socratus, the Initiative for Climate Action and other partners (both individuals and organizations) seeded a collective called the “Flourishing Bengaluru Collective.” We organized our first workshop last week:
Future historians — if there are any future historians, that is, if civilization doesn't collapse — will be astonished that we let the planet burn for the sake of an industry that employs less than 3 percent of workers even in West Virginia https://t.co/Rg5Fk0tQpe