DTE delved into the environmental angle of the negotiations at Bharat Mandapam
DTE Coverage: CAG reports released during monsoon session of Parliament 2023
Urban Menace: Down To Earth’s cover story on dogs, monkeys and pigeons in Indian cities
Karnataka Polls 2023: Revenge of the common man?
DTE Ground Report: Why MGNREGA workers in West Bengal are in dire straits
The Centre has blocked the state’s funds for the rural employment scheme for over a year, jeopardising the economic ...
China’s demographic decline: What it means for the world
China's loss is India's gain
Dying for ration: A DTE series on ration card beneficiaries
Down To Earth highlighted families who were unable to receive benefits of ration cards due to glitches in the ...
Brazil polls 2022: DTE’s coverage of a ‘Once in a generation’ election
Down To Earth tried to catch all the vibes as Jair Bolsonaro and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva clashed ...
Gandhi Jayanti 2022: DTE’s coverage over the years on various facets of the Mahatma
From nutrition expert to cleanliness advocate to environmentalist, the Father of the Nation donned various hats
DTE ground report: Polavaram — Displaced and nowhere to go
Population: Has bio-politics arrived in India?
A collection of articles which re-examine the population debate in the light of the BJP-ruled Assam and Uttar Pradesh ...
This is not corporate social responsibility
Corporate social responsibility has generated a lot of buzz in the last half-a-decade, but not as much understanding. These ...
Economic Survey 2019-20 FULL COVERAGE
Poverty eradication, a top priority or not?
On World Poverty eradication Day, here’s a lowdown on the recent developments in poverty eradication in the world
Coastal Regulation Zone Notification: What development are we clearing our coasts for
The Coastal Regulation Zone Notification, 2018, has diluted India's only protection system for the fragile ecology and opened it ...
Verdict on Net Neutrality: India's journey towards free and fair Internet
In a huge victory for those who advocate free and fair internet access, the Indian government has approved net ...
Tribunal on a tightrope
Poor implementation of polluter pays principle and conflicts with the environment ministry risks the National Green Tribunal's effectiveness
Swachh Bharat Mission: other name for coercion and deprivation
What started as a campaign to make India open defecation free, has now taken shape of a cocercive policy ...
Swachh Bharat is not just about chasing toilets
Instead of being euphoric about fast pace of toilet construction in the country, the government should focus on the ...
The rise of the rurals
The Bharatiya Janata Party's famed "Gujarat Model" gets a rude jolt in the state's recent polls, especially from rural ...
The green crusader
On the centenary of Indira Gandhi's birth, Down To Earth reveals her hitherto unknown role, that of an environmentalist
Fast food MNCs indifferent towards eliminating antibiotic use in India; consumers unaware
None of the fast food companies that CSE surveyed has made any specific time-bound commitment to reduce or eliminate ...
For environmental rights defenders, 2016 was the deadliest year on record
India emerged the fourth deadliest country in the world for land and environmental rights activists
Life in limbo: the Rohingya refugees trapped between Myanmar and Bangladesh
Abuses on Rohingyas have reached new height but neither Myanmar nor neighbouring Bangladesh are taking responsibilities to grant basic ...
Budget expectations: quality education needs financial backing
In absence of substantial financial backing, achieving quality education appears to be distant dream