Jugaad – a creative quick fix – is great but we need more complex solutions when it comes to long-term sustainability.
Across India, developers and planners are balancing ambitious decarbonization goals with rapid urbanization demands.
A return to traditional construction methods offers a number of benefits, especially when it comes…
India’s ongoing climate action and transition to renewable energies is deeply intertwined with entrenched social, economic and political inequalities.
Noise pollution is hidden and rarely measured, yet increasingly harmful to the environment. According to…
A rich ecosystem in southern India shows the effects of climate change, growing urbanization and lack of ecological sensitivity.
Developing economies walk a fine line between transitioning to clean energy and ensuring equitability. There…
Access to electricity has improved in the last 20 years, but economic and cultural barriers to clean cooking energy in India remain.
Aishwarya Raman discusses how urbanization lacks accessible and inclusive mobility, but there are hopeful solutions ahead.
When it comes to mobility planning, input from local residents is key to addressing community needs.
REVOLVE asks its Strategic Partner, Kubernein Initiative, for insights into the dynamics around the value…
Balancing future growth ambitions with an ecologically rich river basin in a politically charged region.
As the river Brahmaputra flows through Assam, it forms an indispensable relationship with all that it touches and sustains.
Traditional livelihoods and environmental stewardship contribute to conservation efforts in the Nilgiris mountains of southern India.
In a megacity like Mumbai citizens have always taken the lead to plug gaps and show that change can be brought about through determination and the work of ordinary people.
Vulnerable acroporid reefs host a diverse array of species that are intricately connected.
Wildlife conservation is intricately linked with the health of surrounding ecosystems.
12 cities in India making big strides to be more sustainable.