#CelebrateingtheRainbow at the workplace – share your stories of Pride!
Sangeeta Venkatesh is the co-author of 'The Waste Issue' - an interactive workbook for school students on solid waste management.
As a freelance writer for 20 years, she has contributed to magazines such as Education World, Life Positive, Clean India Journal and newspapers such as Deccan Herald, Deccan Chronicle and Times of India. Deeply interested in Vedic Ecology, she has published a book "Celebrating the Earth- Stories about Prithvi".
She has also created a 'Sustainable Living' video series for the Women's Web You Tube channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zWBw1svdrc&t=119s
She blogs on https://sojournwithsan.com/ about travel, culture, art and heritage, which won Women's Web's Orange Flower Award for 'The Best New Blogger' in 2020. And most lately the Orange Flower Award for writing on 'Women at Work'.
She also has a blog https://thewasteissue.wordpress.com/ on Sustainable Living.
She has been awarded the Swayam Siddha award by the HCG group of hospitals for creating awareness on solid waste management and the IBM (Inspire Beyond Motherhood Awards) in the category of social sector.
You can also find her on Instagram at sojourn_with_san.
The Economic Survey 2017-18 says that with growing rural to urban migration by men, there is ‘feminisation’ of the agriculture sector, with an increasing number of women in multiple roles as cultivators, entrepreneurs, and labourers.
With 'Bare Necessities - How To Live A Zero Waste Life,' Sahar Mansoor targets the Indian audience on how to be more eco-friendly!
Nupur Tandon: technology alone is not the magic bullet that can solve the social and cultural problems of our country, individual responsibility and accountability a must.
Kiran Manral's Raising Kids with Hope and Wonder in Times of a Pandemic and Climate Change speaks of the disquiet every mom has faced in the past few months
Meet Lakshmi Shrinath, an NRI who has been offering inspiration and support through her Lockdown Learnings on YouTube.
Meet Ity Pandey, the Chief Commercial Manager, Indian Railways who managed to help several migrant workers reach home during the pandemic!
With the COVID-19 pandemic taking over the world, an advisory to wash hands has been put in place. But how do you keep your water safe in such trying times?
Getting water from a distance, getting up before anyone to fill water coming in the early hours, standing in line at a community tap, even the water wives of some communities - women undertake a disproportional amount of labour over water.
Veteran Indian scientist Kamala Sohonie was humiliated for her gender when she applied to IISc in 1933, by none other than C.V. Raman. Almost a century later, have things changed for Indian girls and women?
When the author met Nisha Bhimaih, she was left awestruck by her kokedama garden. What's kokedama? Here's everything you need to know about it!
Re-Store by Devyani Trivedi, and online store Cayal by Anandi Sridharan tale pre-loved clothes, and help you build a more diverse wardrobe without spending a bomb.
Festive season is officially here and with it, it brings paper cups! Just how safe are these for the environment? Is there a solution? The author answers!
This form is the Haridra Ganapati which literally means "turmeric Ganesha" and is one of the most popular thirty-two forms of Ganesha. This form is believed to increase positive energies around.
Today, on World Environment Day, let's learn about Wangari Maathai, the Kenyan woman who made the entire world think about how trees are critical in preserving the health of our planet.
22nd April is World Earth Day, our blue planet is constantly under threat from human consumption! Here are 6 habits that can save the earth!
29th March 2019 is the last day of the 4th Kochi Binnale that began on 12th December 2018, in which the whole city turned into one huge art gallery for art that questions many things.
For innovation to happen there is a need for varied perspectives. Gender is important but so is a different mindset
An Indian short film, 'Period. End of a Sentence', shortlisted for the Oscars, will hopefully encourage the conversation around menstrual taboos and the problems faced by our girls and women.
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