This book review marks the beginning of ‘REVIEWING SUSTAINABILITY CLASSICS’ – a series that hopes to deep-dive into some inspiring imaginations of a sustainable future. The book in discussion here, is a collection of essays by British economist E.F. Schumacher. The phrase “Small Is Beautiful” came from a phrase by his teacher Leopold Kohr. It… Read More Small Is Beautiful: A Study of Economics As If People Mattered (Book Review)
Every few months, a bunch of Bangaloreans gather at The Humming Tree with animated discussions around the pressing issues we face. People from all walks of life come together to discuss, listen, connect and collaborate. Not just an ordinary meet with all and sundry, but proactive people and inspiring discussions. This is Sustainability Drinks Bangalore… Read More Here’s Why Bangalore Gets High On Sustainability!
At Ecofolk, we have always insisted that one of the key ways of practicing conscious consumption is by practicing mindfulness everyday. With The World Yoga Day approaching us this weekend, we felt that this is the right time to kick-start the 7 days of mindfulness blog series – a very simple beginners guide to start… Read More 7 Days of Mindfulness: Day 1
Experiments with Simple & Sustainable Living: A story from Swaraj University by Rahul Hasija Khojis at the lake-side behind campus When I see small ants, hundreds of them, crawling in my mud house every day, when I hear the Nilgaay (Blue bull) jumping in my backyard garden in middle of the night in search for… Read More 13 Experiments with Simple & Sustainable Living: Stories from Swaraj University