Online Articles

As India Struggles With Climate Change, Farming Couple Learns To Cope And Flourish An article on IndiaSpend on farmer innovation and its implications for local adaptation 7 August 2018 [Link]

Agrarian distress: what options do farmers have? A piece on the APPS Blog on whether the ‘move up, move out’ strategy is the key to solving agrarian distress? 4 May 2018 [Link]

Challenging assumptions about gender and climate adaptation. A webinar where in one of the segments, I touch upon research findings around gender and changing aspirations and what it means for household adaptation. [Link]

Writeshopping your way to writing together: thoughts on collaborative writing. An ASSAR blog 11 Jan 2018 [Link]

How can we help farmers prepare for climate change? A piece on The Conversation, South Africa drawing on our latest publication on role of climate information services in farmer adaptation. [Link]

Does climate information help people address current and future climate risks? A video summarising the barriers and enablers to climate services in Africa and India [Link]

Do you like migration? A blog reflecting on the challenges and benefits of doing interdisciplinary, collaborative, cross-country migration research on the ASSAR Blog 13 March 2017 [Link]

India’s urban fantasy: Deconstructing the real estate myth. Where I write about the city of Bangalore, as seen through its real estate ads on Policy Forum. 07 July 2016 [Link]

Whose assessment counts? The difficulty of measuring vulnerability reports a 3-day course I helped conduct on Concepts and Methods of Vulnerability Assessment 16 January 2016 [Link]

What Farmers Really Need - And It Isn't 'Skilling' Or Relief Packages, a blog from fieldwork in semi-arid villages in South India on HuffingtonPost India. 16 October 2015 [Link]

Urban Dualities: a photo essay on inequity and development reflections from a scoping visit in Bangalore on Policy Forum (26 May 2015). [Link]

Ecological restoration as an adaptation to climate variability: critical reflections from ASSAR’s India Team visit to Navadarshanam, an organic community farm on the outskirts of Bangalore. (16 January 2015) Blog entry. [Link]

The Private Sector: The least involved in landscape initiatives. Agriculture and Ecosystems Blog. (11 December 2014) Blog entry. [Link

Researcher’s social capital: liaising with local actors for effective ethnographic research. Field Research Method Lab at LSE (12 June 2014) Blog entry. [Link]

Thesis writing through narratives: Keeping it Simple: Say it as a story. Socphd Blog (14 June 2013) Blog entry. [Link]

Content development for an online database called Himalayan Voices covering the ecological and cultural heritage of indigenous communities across the Indian Himalayas.

Village Vignettes, a monthly column documenting my PhD fieldwork experiences in Rajasthan.
Courting the Countryside, a monthly column at Helter Skelter following my travels across the Indian countryside.

Farming in Rajasthan, a photo essay featured at the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, University of Reading.

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