Is Narmada water being made to flow in Sabarmati not supplied to city of Ahmedabad? This has furthered the idea of river...
I have been selling glass for commercial buildings talking about light, thermal/solar heat gain etc.etc..but I...
Dear Saxena ji,
Thank you for inquiry.
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Pradip Saha, an environmental communicator has been associated with Down To Earth since its inception.
Articles by the Author
Lucia Rikaki’s inspirations range from ancient civilisations to films to communities fostered by the Internet. An acclaimed documentary maker of Greece, she is the curator of the annual Kos International Health Film Festival. She speaks to Pradip Saha on her experiences in conducting the festival which is now two editions old
Eva Joly, EU parliamentarian from the French Green Party, is tipped to be the Presidential candidate of the Greens in the 2012 French Presidential election. She is popular for being the judge who took on corporate corruption seriously. She was in Nantes in France for French Green Party’s Summer School where she met Pradip Saha
In 2006, Slovenian president Janez Drnov?ek sent filmmaker and political activist Tomo Kriznar as a peace envoy to war-torn Darfur. US pressure cut the mission short . But Kriznar stayed on, uncovering an environmental aspect to the crisis. He talked to Pradip Saha about this lesser known aspect of the war. Edited excerpts:
Heather Allen looks at issues related to sustainable development at the International Association of Public Transport, Brussels. Pradip Saha caught up with her on issues topical to her work. Excerpts:
In 2006, Nicholas Stern former chief economist, World Bank and advisor to the UK government, wrote about the economic threat from climate change in the Stern Report. He veers round to an uneasy balance between consumerism and and climate imperatives in a conversation with Pradip Saha and Mario D Souza
Veerbhadra Mishra heads the Sankat Mochan Foundation, an NGO at the forefront in trying to revive the Ganga's fortunes in Varanasi. A man who wears many hats -- head priest of the Sankat Mochan Temple, a former engineer, an activist -- Mishra tells Pradip Saha that faulty planning is what put paid to the Ganga Action Plan's (GAP's) first phase in Varanasi
10,000+ south Bengal fisherfolk, in a net not of their making
Bangladesh jittery over India's river linking scheme
...as 'they' know it. Documenta 11 diffuses the boundary between politics and aesthetics
A recent festival of short films bombed -- by and large
A pharmaceutical multinational in India has set up an incinerator that suits it just fine