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 →
Submitted by: Tanaya Hazarika Introduction Land struggles in India have increasingly been centred around a new type of activism, termed as ‘law struggles’ that includes collective action aimed towards achieving… Read more A Critical reflection on the legal framework around land acquisition and rehabilitation and resettlement in India. →
Article by Zeba Zoariah Ahsan State Action Plan on Climate Change (SAPCC) is a document that is prepared for different Indian states on the side lines of the National Action… Read more The Functioning of Assam SAPCC needs a revamp →
Written by Pratyush Paras Sarma The term creamy layer was first coined by Justice Krishna Iyer in State of Kerala versus NM Thomas, wherein he noticed that advantages of the… Read more The Creamy Layer Debate of Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe →
Palm oil and its derivative products are ubiquitous in our present day lives – its products used in everything from our cosmetics to car fuel. And its worldwide demand is… Read more Palm oil expansion in Northeastern India: The questions we need to ask →
Article by Sagarmoy Phukan A few days back I had a conversation with “Nature’s Beckon” and I was appraised about their community forest initiative in Assam. Assam traditionally never had… Read more Community Forest: A scope in Assam →