We approach the environment through the Terracotta vision which focuses on realigning incentives rather than reforming human nature. Our work will aim towards bridging the divide between economic growth and environmental preservation through a framework which focuses on rights-based conservation, sustainable livelihoods, markets and incentives to achieve sustainable and resilient environmental policies.
Where are the forest keepers: A look at India’s forest regime | Spontaneous Order
Forest-dwelling communities are often looked at as forest depleters and encroachers, inevitably causing the demise of our green cover. This article takes a look at India's forest regime and the importance of community ownership in forest management.
Improving Ease of Doing Business for MSMEs in Punjab: A Process Audit
In 2020, the Centre for Civil Society conceptualised a project to ease the regulatory environment for MSMEs at the state level. Through this study, we offer targeted suggestions and policy recommendations to improve the efficiency of bureaucratic processes in the service delivery by the Government of Punjab and improve the business environment in the state.
इस वीडियो में हम बात करने जा रहे हैं, दिल्ली में वेंडर्स के साथ हो रहे मनमाने जुर्मानो के उधारणों की | Delhi Municipal Corporation Act, 1957 के तहत कितनी राशि तक का चालान किया जा सकता है और यदि आपसे अधिक जुर्माना माँगा जा रहा है तो आपके पास क्या कानूनी उपाय उपलब्ध हैं?
Disinformation is a problem that has been worsened by the infodemic of the social media age. Interest groups have often called for government regulations to curb the menace. In this episode of SO Basically, we dig deeper into the problem and see how government action on disinformation can erode the fabric of our democracy.
In this Indian Liberals Musing, we recall an article published in 1961 where M.A. Venkata Rao discusses education for the electorate and the relationship between voters and representatives. He remarks that "the individual voter feels lost in the vast machinery and numbers involved, he does not feel that his individual vote counts for anything."