Having his ethnic and cultural roots in the Jammu & Kashmir region of India, Niles has a special bond with the people of the region, also because his grandparents and parents belonged to the same region. Continue reading KSHMR expresses his agony for Jammu & Kashmir with ‘Jammu’, along with a peace message
Reusing his vision of pure music, Lunar Pole presents us with a magical and euphoric new offering ‘Vagabond in City’, pushing the boundaries between electronic music and classical India music with its authentic intricately textured composition played on Sarangi topped with folk Rajasthani vocals. Continue reading Lunar Pole fuses Drum N Bass with folk classical Indian in ‘Vagabond in City’
Ananas Anam has developed an innovative, natural and sustainable non-woven textile called Piñatex™ made from pineapple leaves fibres. Piñatex has evolved from seven years of R&D to create a natural textile from waste plant fibres. Continue reading Piñatex – The vegan alternative to Leather, made from Pineapple
More than 3000 people gathered in the Hull City Centre on Saturday July 2016, stripped naked and painted themselves blue in the name of art. The artwork was arranged by American Photographer Spencer Tunick famous for his ambitious installations featuring thousands of naked … Continue reading Sea of Hull unites over 3000 naked people for climate change
When two conflicting elements come together, sometimes the result is harmonious, a peaceful coexistence of unnatural allies. Sometimes the tension remains unresolved. Sometimes it’s a bit of both. Continue reading Opposites – Clashing in Dissonance or Co-existing?
Fans of ambient and post-rock, Tycho, a name familiar to every electronic music fan is known for his combination of downtempo vintage-style synthesizers and ambient melodies. The project is led by Scott Hansen (born 1976 or 1977) as primary composer, … Continue reading Tycho drops amazing new single – Division
Social media – The unquenchable thirst of today’s generation. Today, we use social media to fulfill our perceived social needs. We talk, we text, we chat, we browse, we surf, we like, we comment, we share, we pin, we tweet; … Continue reading WIRED – Are we really connected?
China and the UN Convention to Combat Desertification today launched the Joint Action Initiative to combat desertification, rehabilitate degraded land and mitigate the effects of drought (JAI). The initiative aims to make the whole region along the “Silk Road” environmentally sound and ecologically sustainable. Continue reading China and the UNCCD launch initiative to curb Desertification along the Silk Road
The World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought is a United Nations observance each June 17. Its purpose is to highlight ways to prevent desertificationand recover from drought.
2016 Theme: Inclusive cooperation for achieving Land Degradation Neutrality
Slogan: Protect Earth. Restore Land. Engage People Continue reading June 17: World Day to Combat Desertification
Based in California’s Central Valley, Sister Kate and Sister Darcy now popularly known as The Sisters of the Valley are not affiliated with any traditional earthly religion. The Sisters’ spiritual practices support the process of making medicine. On their website, … Continue reading These Nuns Are Growing Cannabis To Help Heal The World