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Lesson Four: Impact of Climate Change in the Northern Himalayas

The changing weather patterns and urbanisation in the Indian Himalayan Region in the past two decades have not only resulted inlarge scale damage to the environment but have also led to a potentially catastrophic loss of biodiversity across the region.

Lesson Three: Sustainable living alone cannot solve climate issues!

There’s a fine line between sustainability and climate action, and it’s important to know the difference as sustainability alone won’t save us.

Lesson Two: Migration out of Climate Change

In the 1990s, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) revealed how one major impact of climate change on humans could be mass migration.

Lesson One: Climate Change Indicators

When I was introduced to an over-used term like “Global warming”, I only identified it as something that would make the world experience hotter temperatures than usual. Back in school, Environment Studies was a subject that helped me score those extra marks that would’ve been otherwise a tough task with a subject like Math or […]

Beauty & Budget: The beautiful rest houses of Himachal Pradesh

Sometimes, after crossing lines of hotels and chaotic shopping outlets in Himachal Pradesh, you come across a vintage looking building that stands against the panoramic beauty of the Himalayas! Most likely, they are rest houses. These rest houses are more popularly located in sublime, remote areas of important towns, which offer accommodation facilities to government […]

Rajasthan’s own conservationists: The Bishnoi Community

The Bishnoi village, an offbeat destination near Jodhpur, Rajasthan is a world on its own. Bishnois have an entire ecosystem where they coexist with each other, living in harmony with nature while pulling off their respective businesses.

Tips for cheaper, better & sustainable travel

How do I travel without burning a hole in my pocket? More so, how do I travel responsibly? Earlier, the entire idea of travelling was a big deal for me. Unlike now, travelling wouldn’t come naturally. It would mean days of conscious prepping, a lot of time spent losing my mind over irrelevant questions and […]

Best recipe takeaways from the lockdown

If there’s anything common that has happened to the world at large- it’s how we have all involved ourselves in a plethora of activities that we never thought of giving a shot. I’ve even read a number of reports that mentions how supermarkets are currently facing a crisis of baking items- and even that baking […]

Don’t rush through, take it slow

“Slow down and enjoy the simple pleasures in life.” If there’s something I’ve learnt by years of travelling across India, it’s the art of living one moment at a time. Whenever you plan out your travels, I am sure that most of you list down the top things to do. In fact, thanks to the […]