Million of Displaced people…

The millions of displaced people do not exist anymore. When history is written they would not be in it, not even as statistics. Some of them have subsequently been displaced three and four times…. True, they are not being annihilated or taken to gas chambers, but I can warrant that the quality of their accommodation…

Sundarbans – Fishing Struggle in time of Conservation

In a space when rivers meet the sea, and the hungry tides wash the lands in continuous rhythm, fishing seems to be the only alternative to survive in the hostile landscape that creates what today is known as the Sundarbans. But when tradition meets modernity, and the rule of conservation overcome the rituals and the…

Reflections post “Degrowth Conference”

Coming back to India, a week after the Degrowth Conference in Budapest, I start thinking that everything happens for a reason, and all troubles met on the way have a meaning and a consequence in our small life.  It has been one year that my life has basically changed, or at least in my dipper…

Into the heart of the Dudhwa National Park

In the region of Terai, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, the Dudhwa National Park is attraction for many tourists who venture in this district at the border with Nepal with the hope of being able to spot the wild Tigris.

The ‘Magician Slum’ is going to disappear

*Let me share in this blog an old post  about the reality of Urban Slums in India, about a colony I have been working with for the past two years, in the city of New Delhi. The inhabitants of the colony have been threatened of eviction on the name of development – a project to build up a…