Small Wonders

Five Sustainable Christmas Gift Ideas

ARE you planning to be a Secret Santa for colleagues or family? Or confused about what Christmas present to get for who?   As merry as the season can be, the thought of buying appropriate gifts for everyone can be stressful.  Here are five eco-friendly gift ideas that are not only easy on your pocket but…

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Small Wonders

An Eco-Friendly Love Story To Inspire You

GRETA Thunberg has become the most powerful voice advocating for global climate action, inspiring youth to fearlessly stand up for their future. Her explosive speech at the recent UN Climate Change Conference was a perfect example of that fearlessness – and is exactly the wake up call the world and it’s leaders so desperately need.…

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Small Wonders

5 Simple Ways To Go Zero Waste

ZERO wastage seems like a mammoth task for many – the term itself creates that intimidation. Don’t worry, by zero waste we all mean close to zero waste. To be part of the sustainable movement is surprisingly pocket-friendly and easily implementable, it just takes dedication towards the cause. Start by observing the amount of trash…

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Small Talk

Small Talk With Nalini Shekhar

CHANGE leaders do great things, and often that is all we know about them. Here we want to get a different glimpse of the personalities that constitute the development space. Every month we get one leader to answer four questions, not necessarily about their work, but about themselves. This week we catch up with Nalini…

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Small Wonders

10 Resolutions For 2019

IT’S that time of year again when we are enthusiastic about making changes and bettering ourselves. Resolutions don’t have to be big changes, we can start with a small step. In the coming year, let’s take those steps towards making healthier, more conscious choices not only towards ourselves but also towards our environment. So, here are…

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Happy to Report

India Is Now A Plastic Warrior

PLASTIC. Designed to be an inexpensive, durable alternative to other materials, such as pewter, glass or ceramics that dent or break. No one anticipated the ramifications of a synthetic material that could seemingly last forever, would actually last forever. As scientists innovated the composition and society found more and more uses for the material, its…

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Small Talk

‘Our Grandparents Wouldn’t Use Toilets’

OUR Small Talk for this week is a tad different. We are celebrating ‘November For Kids’ at Small Change, focusing on children and highlighting issues they deal with. So this week, instead of talking to a leader in the development sector, we talk to three teenagers who are supported by Mountain Children’s Foundation (MCF) based…

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