Since urbanization is a newly emerging trend in Northeast India, we have been blessed with a chance to progressively think about our urban areas and turn them into sustainable and healthy ecosystems.
Article by Sagarmoy Phukan and Aditya Bhuyan Introduction The quantity of municipal solid wastes generated in urban centres of Assam has been consistently rising over the years. Guwahati, the gateway… Read more The Chandrapur situation: Thoughts on waste management situation of Guwahati →
Innovation and entrepreneurship are increasingly being recognised as important to achieve the sustainable development goals, and sustainability goals in general, especially in the urban context. Cities in the global south… Read more WasteAid launches €10,000 Zero Waste Cities Challenge in Guwahati: A global initiative targeting a local problem →
Article by Trisanki Saikia On any Sunday morning, you will find a group of motivated youngsters on the banks of the river Brahmaputra in Uzanbazar. These youth are giving their… Read more Waste management and reduction as effective methods for climate change mitigation: Stories from Guwahati city →
Article by Dayeeta Buragohain Domestic violence is a weight that nobody wants to carry. It has huge effects on many phases of society and even though it is not evident,… Read more The spread of domestic violence: A story from Maligaon Slum →
Common Tragedy Across Urban Centers: Northeast India No Exception A common occurrence observed across all urban centers is the ill fate of its water bodies. The streams which would earlier… Read more From a River to a Drain: Looking at Assam’s Bharalu →