Breaking down the stigma, one conversation at a time. Join us in the journey towards a brighter future for mental health in India.
In the ’90s and early 2000s, my childhood was all about outdoor adventures. I grew up in a house surrounded by sprawling gardens. I was a hyperactive kid, always on the go, and even taught myself how to ride a bike. I fondly recall those days of cycling through the streets, playing Galli cricket, football,Continue reading “Nature Withdrawals and My Waning Sanity”
Discover the transformative power of Upcycling from the perspectives of both businesses and consumers. Witness how this sustainable method is changing the world by turning waste into something spectacular.
Sanitary cups are revolutionizing menstrual hygiene in India. These medical-grade reusable cups are comfortable, affordable, and eco-friendly. Sanitary cups can reduce waste and improve the menstrual experiences of Indian women during their periods. Explore the pros and cons of this unique menstruation hygiene product which empowers Indian women and greens menstruation movements across the nation.
A survey found that India discards 12.3 billion sanitary pads annually that is 113,000 tonnes of garbage. About 80% of urban Indian women use disposable inorganic sanitary pads. Empowering women to make informed choices about sustainable menstruation becomes the need of the hour. Read more to know the issues surrounding the issue.
Join the movement towards a sustainable future of menstruation! Let’s break the taboo and embrace eco-friendly menstrual products for a healthier planet and healthier periods.
Building a sustainable city is not only about energy saving and waste recycling. Creating a safe living space for residents that minimises the risk of natural disasters is also crucial, considering the climate crisis period we all live in. This article discusses two futuristic cities of different climate zones and how they could become the world’s model future towns.
ecoHQ is analysing and publishing a list of sustainable smart cities that will shape the future of human civilisation. First, in this series, we discussed Saudi Arabia’s NEOM. Next, we explore Toyota’s Woven City and China’s Liuzhou Vertical Forest City.
For the Eco-conscious, it’s not enough that our direct actions are as good as practicable.
For the most planet-forward, knowing where our money votes travel after we’ve spent them is invaluable!
ecoHQ presents Brown Living—a novel way for the Eco-conscious Consumer like you to make long-term change through incremental individual investments.
Read on for three unique opportunities to make your life and the planet a little greener:
Can we consume animal-based products and still be sustainable? What happens when we boycott silk, wool or honey? Namrata has interviewed some small business owners who directly work with grassroots — so we analyse the questions through a rural Indian lens.