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Seema Mundoli
Seema Mundoli is a faculty at Azim Premji University. Her research focuses on the role of nature in Indian cities in addressing the challenges of environmental sustainability and social justice. Her recent co-authored books (with Harini Nagendra) include, ‘Cities and Canopies: Trees in Indian Cities’ (Penguin India) and ‘So Many Leaves’ (Pratham Books)
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In 2009, Johan Rockström and several other scientists from institutions across the world came up with the planetary boundaries’ framework. The framework defined the safe operating space within which humanity could exist without putting themselves at risk. It also cautioned that breaching these environmental limits would be catastrophic for human life on earth. Even back […]
“[…] hope is not like a lottery ticket you can sit on the sofa and clutch, feeling lucky. I say it because hope is an axe you break down doors with in an emergency.”   (Rebecca Solnit, “Hope in the Dark”)  Across the globe we are witnessing debilitating heat waves, unusually cold days in summer, and […]
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