Divya Mehra It is well established that India is an ‘under-construction’ country. As a developing economy, the country invests a … Continue reading Compensatory Afforestation – Where is the Land?
Ajay Immanuel Gonji In a previous blog article, I had mentioned that in many Indian cities, there exists a certain … Continue reading Rights to a ‘World-class’ City
Using a flow-based approach, this article uses the example of water in Ghaziabad in an attempt to reveal how toxicity … Continue reading The Circulation of Toxicity Between Urban and Peri-urban Frontiers
Factors such as urbanization have led to the depletion of Common Property Resources, affecting the livelihoods of many who depend … Continue reading Whose City? Whose Commons?: Urbanization and the fate of (Peri) Urban Commons in India
Kartik Chugh(Research Intern, CUES-TIGR2ESS) Towards Peri-urbanisation Through a Development Lens After decolonization, the world was divided into the developed and … Continue reading The Peri-Urban Interface: Development and land-use Politics
Ajay Immanuel Gonji Cities represent unique landscapes experiencing rapid and continuous transformation. Cities also represent the most domesticated landscapes on … Continue reading Nature in a Dynamic World