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Etalin Hydropower Project: High-Voltage Hydropolitics Returns to Arunachal Pradesh

Fresh controversy over a proposed mega dam project in Arunachal Pradesh is a reminder of the many complexities of the neoliberal development regime in frontier regions.

19 Student Organisations Demand “Complete Reversal of Extractive Projects” in Forests of Assam and...

Joint statement against three project sites in the eco-sensitive forestlands of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.

Coal Mining in Dehing Patkai: The ‘Amazon of the East’ Must Be Saved at...

India's National Board for Wild Life (NBWL) recently approved coal mining in an area very close to the ecologically-sensitive and biodiverse Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary in Upper Assam.

Cyclone Amphan Torpedoes West Bengal and Bangladesh, At Least 88 Dead

The Bay of Bengal region just witnessed one of its fiercest cyclones in recent memory.

India’s Lax Environmental Clearance Regime is to Blame for the Vizag Gas Leak Incident

The fact that LG Polymers did not have the necessary environmental clearances highlights a bigger problem.

Coronavirus Shows Us What Our Future Could Look Like During Climate Crisis

Coronavirus, like climate, isn’t just about a singular crisis — it’s about multiple crises, stacked on top of each other, all at once.

Toxic Smog: The New Normal in South Asia

People from cities across South Asia speak about living with the smog as air pollution becomes the new normal

COP24: Here’s What Must Be Agreed to Keep Warming at 1.5°C

Earth is fast approaching the red lines that scientists have urged temperatures cannot cross if we have any hope of avoiding catastrophic climate change. Here are the emergency measures we need.

The Complex Sociology of Water

Water has defined and redefined social boundaries for eons, while facilitating the formation of class and caste identities. The Brahmaputra Valley in Assam is a thriving case-in-point.

Change World to Control Climate Change, Say Experts

It will need fundamental change to keep global warming within 1.5 degrees, but not doing so will cost much more, warns Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.