The Scent of Decay: Malaysia’s Stinking Corpse Lily

“You have to stop and smell the roses!” We’ve all heard the phrase, a tried and tested sentiment that implores you to take time off of your daily hassles and enjoy the finer aspects of life. If you happened to be walking through a forested area of Sumatra or Borneo, however, this advice might not […]

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A Living Fear: Eco-Anxiety

As a notification on her phone pops, 22-year-old Diya’s (name changed) face undergoes a triggered change. A perilous domino of thoughts inflict her mind, and she says in a muffled, worrisome tone, “What if I can’t make it? Am I too privileged? Will I die soon? Drowning? Why do I keep on picturing myself like […]

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She Summits 2019

The coastal seaport city of Vancouver, Canada has a reputation for being the ideal spot for adventure sporting activities. Whether it’s surfing, sailing, skiing, snowboarding, hiking, mountain biking or climbing, the city of Vancouver has got it all. Earlier this month, this vibrant city of thrill and adventure played host to the She Summits festival, […]

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Fridays for Future

Thousands of Indians, both children and adults, came out responding to the Climate Strike held between the 20th and 27th September. Here’s the ground report.

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Wildlife Kabini

Meet Harsha Narasimhamurthy, a wildlife photographer with a deep-rooted reverence for the creatures of the wild. Known as “The Cat Man” to his friends and associates, Harsha has an intrinsic talent for tracking big cats. With many accolades to his name, Harsha views photography as a digital form of painting- a skill that calls for […]

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