Sangeeta Venkatesh

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 15 years, she has contributed to magazines such as Education World, Life Positive, Clean India Journal and newspapers such as Deccan Chronicle and Times of India. Deeply interested in Vedic ecology, she has published a book "Celebrating the Earth- Stories about Prithvi". She blogs on https://sojournwithsan.wordpress.com/ You can also find her on Instagram at sojourn_with_san.

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Wangari Maathai
Let Wangari Maathai, 1st Nobel Peace Prize Winner For Environmental Issues, Inspire Us Today!

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.

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6 Everyday Habits You Can Change This World Earth Day To Help Save Our Planet

Today, 22nd April 2019 is the 49th World Earth Day. It is an annual call for the world to examine its attitude towards the blue planet.

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Kochi Binnale 2019
When Some Feminist Protest Art Posed Questions At The Just Concluding 4th Kochi Biennale

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.

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Women Innovators In The Emergent Era – A Dialogue For International Women’s Day : Ending The Culture Of Silence

For innovation to happen there is a need for varied perspectives. Gender is important but so is a different mindset

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Period. End of a Sentence
Indian Short Film Shortlisted At The Oscars. Will It Take Indian Menstrual Taboos Global?

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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