Yoga waste?

The thought of writing yoga and waste in the same sentence seems strange. But there are some problems related to basic yoga props and products one uses every day that I only started thinking about in the last few years. The first of which is the very basic yoga sticky mat that one uses to … More Yoga waste?

Earth Day 2018

For Earth Day this year I spent the afternoon at the Arts Village off MG Road doing demos, a workshop, and sharing the joy of composting with people who seemed quite engaged with the subject. The young people organising the event went for the theme of #BreakFreeFromPlastic with gusto – not allowing a single item … More Earth Day 2018

Bamboo or plastic?

This was my first purchase during my no-buy year. But I made the purchase for work, so I’m excusing myself. Sometimes we have people in the office who want that mid-day coffee break and they’ve been bringing those coffee cups back to the office. The cups are paper lined with plastic and so they’re not … More Bamboo or plastic?

Sustainablity

Last month I attended Teri’s World Sustainable Development Summit. It was on the heels of having just finished a terrific new book – Josh Tickell’s Kiss the Ground (it’s connected to the organisation and its brilliant videos). At one point in the book he says (or someone he quotes?) something about how the world sustainability isn’t … More Sustainablity

Aamir Khan on waste

Hindi film actor Aamir Khan has had a talkshow on television for the past few years that examines social issues in India. It’s called Satyamev Jayate and one of the episodes – “Don’t Waste your Garbage” – from a few years back focused on the garbage situation in India. You can watch it below with … More Aamir Khan on waste