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Scholars have hesitated to link the literature on religion and environment to the literature on environmental justice, because religion is often looked upon with scepticism. This article suggests that acknowledging religious motivations can help in shaping environmentalism, within the religious world-views. Specifically, this article explores how C...
Few today acknowledge the role of religion in the development of modern science and technology. But scholars have shown that religion has actively contributed to the rise of modern science. Joseph Satish sat down to discuss this and other matters with the award-winning historian and philosopher of science, Job Kozhamthadam. Kozhamthadam is one of...
In 1954, the first independent Government of India appointed the taxonomist Hermegild Santapau as its Chief Botanist and Director. Santapau had a PhD in Botany from the London University, had worked at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew (England), was a Fellow of the Linnean Society of London, editor of the Journal of the Bombay Museum of Natural H...
The Indian social entrepreneurial ecosystem is acknowledged by many as a site for emerging business models that could simultaneously address the challenges of poverty and inequitable growth. But the spurt in social entrepreneurial activity has not been matched by conversations on the diversity of approaches that make Indian social entrepreneurial i...
The last decade has seen a spurt of social enterprises in India, and elsewhere, due to a combination of factors that include underperforming state-led institutions and increased engagements of individuals, corporations and NGOs with market based solutions to tackle poverty and promote livelihoods. Initiatives to scale many of these initiatives have...
"Since time immemorial, humans have given vent to their creativity in the arts and these have stood the test of time. Unfortunately, the opening up of global corridors has done more harm by erasing the native arts, leading to the slow death of scores of arts around the world. The death of the last surviving speaker of the Bo language of India’s And...