Lockdown Effects: Conditioning of Stray Dogs to Vehicular Traffic

Fizala Tayebulla Street dogs have become one of the very few animals that us humans could watch and access from our locked-in houses in cities. As humans limited their movement and remained mostly within premises of their homes, commuting in vehicles- a typical urban activity came to a standstill. City roads became unusually quiet and … Continue reading Lockdown Effects: Conditioning of Stray Dogs to Vehicular Traffic

Animal Geographies II: A Geographical Perspective

Kartik Chugh In my previous article, I provided a brief introduction to the distinct, lively, and innovative field of Animal Geography. I portrayed how new considerations about how we imagine animals in modern society emerge when we shift the focus towards animals and think of them as subjective participants and active agents who play an … Continue reading Animal Geographies II: A Geographical Perspective

Urban Wastewater Use in Agriculture: Solution to Water Crisis or Health Hazard?

Shashank Bhardwaj When I read about water scarcity and the issue of water wastage, to me it seems that it is inevitably related to the urban landscape. For instance, in today’s time, when the world is fighting the pandemic, organizations and governments are urging urban dwellers to use water carefully while washing their hands. The … Continue reading Urban Wastewater Use in Agriculture: Solution to Water Crisis or Health Hazard?