Humanity helps me

JUNE 2021 ISSUE 22

Photo courtesy: Dr.Santosh Kumar

Life-giving Corridors

Bilaspur, Chattisgarh, India

Delay sixth mass extinction.  Connect different gene pools at different habitats so that wildlife populations thrive, says WWF-India project officer Aakash Bhushan.

Hold Carbon, Cool Earth 

Raigad, Maharashtra, India

Less drudgery, no heavy machinery, no flooded paddy field GHG emissions. Dr.K.E.Usha sees Saguna Rice Technique benefits: better yields, more crops with aerobic cultivation.

Smarter Rescues 

Alwar, Rajasthan, India

Snakes, civets or hyenas, while saving wildlife, give them minimum distress. Or else, the word 'rescue' can misleading, wildlife conservationist Aman Bhatia explains. 


Gifting Relief  
Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Full attentive care, relief from total pain. Karunasharaya's free service for terminally ill cancer patients till their last breath is funded solely by donations.

Fly It To Conserve  
Sariska, Rajasthan, India

Nilesh Singh experiences the gains and drawbacks in using drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in conserving wildlife and natural heritage.

Blue and White Link  

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Use CSR funds to give a smart way up to blue collar workers, all nationalities. Dubai's SmartLife NGO continues to strengthen human resource skills and talents.


Gita Ramachandran

Compliments, my appreciation for this magazine, the drive in continuing this effort of sharing solutions.

Suresh Chulliparambil

Good articles. Congratulations for all these efforts and Best wishes for their future.


I have been reading this magazine for some time and was watching for the direction it would eventually take, growing into its own comfortable niche as most such ventures do. Luckily it has grown more eclectic, if we can say so.  Interesting articles from across the spectrum of human experinces hit you in every new edition. Keep on surprising us.