Ten Year Old Rithvik tells us about what he hopes the future to be. Children join the conversation this month!
Continuation of our series, see previous post. We explore sustainable living with a twist this week with this video that shows us how one can learn how to find food in the wild and start noticing the details in nature in order to fend for ourselves. Madhuri lives in a village in Kumaon Uttarakhand in…
Every time there is a calamity, whether it is because of conflict, or weather conditions, or economic situation or even during a global pandemic, we find out that farmers always have a specially difficult situation. What is the role that we can play in lending the farmer a helping hand? The choices we make when…
In a changing world, Tanya Kane tells us how to cope. Quite simply put, go local. We need to eat local, buy local, travel local and think local.
Tanya Kane tells us about her personal experiences and gives us a set of easy to follow tips for returning to a simpler life that is organic and sustainable
Does holi without chemicals have to be less fun? Surabhi Ganguly gives us 5 tips on how to have a chemical free, happy holi
The CoCo Weekend went by in a whirlwind, and in the aftermath, Tanya Kane writes straight from the heart about how the community rallied around the event to make it a grand success! Must-read piece that highlights the importance of building a conscious community!
In the world of food fads and hype – is organic really such a bad word? Surabhi Ganguly breaks it down for you – why going organic is a great idea, and how you can do it simply, without falling into the trap of hype and advertisements!
Dug out of the archives, an article describing how The CoCo Market changed our lives. Written one year into the launch of The CoCo Market, by Surabhi Ganguly.