How India can learn to tackle climate change from its indigenous communities- Mridula Chari, Scroll In

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Article published in: Scroll.in Phrang Roy, a Khasi biodiversity activist, says it is important to weigh science and indigenous knowledge equally and take the best from both worlds. Phrang Roy, better known as Bah Phrang, was born and raised in … Continue reading

NESFAS at Biodiversity Festival Chizami 2017

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On the 8th March 2017, North East Network marked Women’s Day by celebrating Biodiversity Festival with the theme ‘Celebrating Biological diversity, Bonding Earth Communities’ at Chizami Village, Nagaland. NESFAS, having a close network with NEN, attended the festival and Bah … Continue reading

‘World’s 75% remaining biodiversity in the land of indigenous peoples’- Eastern Mirror

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Article published in Eastern Mirror, Nagaland Chizami, March 8(EMN): 75% of the remaining biodiversity of this world is in the land and territories of indigenous peoples, said Phrang Roy, coordinator, Indigenous Partnership for Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty, Italy and chairman for … Continue reading

Why a Public Sector Indian Agronomist Embraced Agroecology

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Original article published in Food Tank Article by Daniel Moss: Daniel Moss is the Executive Director of the AgroEcology Fund. He writes on food, water, and human rights topics for National Geographic, Huffington Post, and other media outlets. Dr. Carl Rangad was something … Continue reading

‘Finding New Heroes’ a workshop facilitated by UK-based Filmmaker Rani Khanna

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On 15th April 2017 NESFAS held a storytelling workshop ‘Finding New Heroes’ which aimed at empowering the youth to share the stories of local voices to global audiences. The workshop, facilitated by UK-based filmmaker Rani Khanna, trained 20 Mass Communications … Continue reading

NESFAS Held its First Ever Mei-Ramew Market

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  On 7th April 2017, NESFAS hosted its first ever Mei-Ramew Market, which connected the people with local farmers in a mutually beneficial exchange. The event gave locals a rare chance to directly interact with the farmers as opposed to just … Continue reading

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