Shaping a Net-Zero World: One Household at a Time

Shaping a Net-Zero World: One Household at a Time

April 23, 2021 |
Author: Raj V. Rajan, Vice President of Project Development at Direct Connect Development Company and Fellow of the Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota
This Earth Day, I had a conversation with fellow Indian-Americans about individual actions we could prioritize, to contribute to a net-zero future. It was part of a climate summit hosted by Indiaspora. Why us? We are citizens and residents of… Read more
Call for support for Antarctica Expedition

Call for support for Antarctica Expedition

April 22, 2021 |
Author: Deepika Rawat
As a person hailing from the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, India, I have automatically grown to be very close to nature as I knew no other way. As a kid, I remember going back to my village to visit my… Read more
The Nexus of Art and Climate Change

The Nexus of Art and Climate Change

May 28, 2020 |
Author: Shefali Mehta, Founder of Open Rivers and Anshul Mathur, Co-Founder of One Resilient Earth
Bridging Unlikely Bedfellows to Inspire and Solve Climate change, and the related environmental challenges, continue to mount.  It is quite apparent that we are facing greater growing ramifications and no one is spared.  However, it has also become increasingly apparent… Read more