Climate Warriors: After Greta, now meet Hilda
Hilda Flavia Nakabuye is a 22-year-old Ugandan college student, who recently delivered a powerful speech in Copenhagen on the climate crisis
There’s hope, if we wake up to today’s evolutionary potential
Everyone needs to be fired up with a rage aligned with the feminine principle of care rather than the masculine principle of control
Did economic liberalisation push govt and civil society in to battlefield?
The opening up of India’s economy increased the number of NGOs exponentially, but then…
A good way to be kinder to elephants is to stop riding them
When animal tourism resumes in Bali after COVID-19, there is an opportunity to do better by the lives of animals
The renewable energy transition is failing
Renewable energy isn’t replacing fossil fuel energy — it’s adding to it.
A mistake of judgment
Pioneering though the work has been, judicial activism has restricted the growth of a responsible and independent bureaucracy
Civil society organisations should count on their huge social capital and invest it into future actions
Civil society organisations are often targets of political interference and manipulation, which can limit their ability to operate
Rules of engagement
Thirty years on, what does the Narmada Bachao Andolan teach us?
How much politics is too much politics for civil society
Should non-profits contest elections? Should they be identified with parties?
Portuguese youths sue 33 European governments at EU court in largest climate case ever
Case will constitute what lawyers refer to as a “hard case” & play an important role in other future climate applications
'Relations between non-profits & govt are waning since liberalisation'
In the wake of arrests of 5 human rights activists by Maharashtra police, Down To Earth speaks to activists about what is bringing …