• Drafting Pakistan’s water policy

    March 23, 2017

    Simi Kamal, one of Pakistan’s foremost water experts, discusses the nuts and bolts of how a water policy can be developed for the country, how money can be raised, and what details need to be included

  • Studying the South Pole from the North Pole

    February 21, 2017

    Based out of Tromso, the northernmost city in Norway in the Arctic Circle, Vikram Goel has been travelling to and Antarctica to study the glaciers there, which may have lessons for the Himalayas

  • Karachi is unsafe with nuclear, solar better

    February 17, 2017

    Pervez Hoodbhoy, Pakistan’s most renowned nuclear physicist, discusses the prospects of solar power, Chinese nuclear reactors and hopes and fears he has for Pakistan’s energy future

  • An Indian scientist in the Arctic

    February 15, 2017

    In Tromso, the northernmost city in Norway in the Arctic Circle, interviewed Ankit Pramanik, an Indian glaciologist who has been doing research there for two and half years.

  • The challenges of the Sámi

    February 10, 2017

    At the Arctic Frontiers conference Aslak Holmberg, a member of the Finnish Sámi Parliament, spoke about the challenges that the Sámi – the northernmost indigenous tribe – are faced with

  • ‘Dirty hydro’ in Himachal Pradesh

    December 13, 2016

    Manshi Asher from Himdhara, talked to about how mindless dam projects are making the Himalayan region even more vulnerable.