Vaibhav Dugar

Co-Founder & Organic Farming Expert
Vaibhav is a Telecommunications Engineer and a Marketing Geek but his love is working with Nature. He sets up organic/natural farms, micro-organic farms and specialized farms. If he ain’t working, he is either reading, playing football or cycling. Being a die-hard Alonso fan, he enjoys watching him race the many Formula 1 circuits around the globe.
To have a simple conversation or need to see a smiling face, mail him at Vaibhav.Dugar [at]

Q&A: Inventor of one of the greatest inventions of 2012, the Eliodomestico

Eliodomestico © Gabriele Diamanti 2011

Potable drinking water has been a reason for despair in several parts of the world. In India, the conditions aren’t better; the concerns are all the more grave and worrying, especially with families living in areas that are frequent to droughts. Families living in such areas around the globe, spend most of their lives, in the search of a basic commodity, Water! An easy solution is desperately needed.

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Google X: Balloon Powered Internet For All

project loon solar powered balloon

Google X has been taking some serious strides in the field of renewable energy in the last couple of weeks. It bought Makani Power, the guys behind harnessing wind energy by flying kites, and now they are utilizing high-altitude, SOLAR powered, balloons that can transmit signals across hundreds of square kilometres to provide net access.

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15 smartphones, hanging from trees, is helping save a rainforest

Rainforest Rubies

Saving countless trees from illegal felling is an impossible task. Even if innumerable rangers were asked to monitor these trees at various forests, trees would still be cut. So how does one be sure that no such activity is happening while the ranger is at the other end of the protected forest? Can Technology help?

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Tweego: Ma teaches the kids, how to reuse Tin cans

mango seeds

It has been raining cats and dogs and much to Fangchu’s dismay, Ma has asked him not to venture out into the garden. Ma did mention though that being the retreating monsoons, the rains will be over in a very short while. That did uplift Fangchu’s mood but not much to avoid Ma being concerned. She planned to sit with the kids and teach them on how they can recycle empty tin cans. This will avoid creation of waste and also help create new life. She sat together with the kids with the following items neatly laid out on the …

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Infographic: What is Tree Bombing

What is Seed Bombing

Fighter jets are popular for dog fights, death defying stunts, and next generation technologies but rather infamous for multiple bombings over the years that has cost thousands of lives and destroyed unaccountable property. Can these weapons of death, be used to create life?

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Infographic: Five Weird Energy Sources

If I were to ask you, what are the various sources of energy, you'd list them in a jiffy. What if I asked you the various sources of renewable energy? You'd still be quick but not as quick as your answers for the former question. Was that simple? How about, name a few rather absurd sources of energy?

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Q&A with acclaimed environmental photographer James Balog & director Jeff Orlowski on their award winning documentary

James balog

In 2005 acclaimed environmental photographer James Balog headed to the Arctic to capture images to help tell the story of Earth’s changing climate. Having been somewhat skeptical about climate change he discovers undeniable evidence of our changing planet. This set him on an arduous and life-threatening task to prove it not only to the world, but to himself! His movie, Chasing Ice, depicts a heroic photojournalist on a mission to deliver fragile hope to our carbon powered planet. The movie has won numerous awards and was also shortlisted for the Academy Awards.

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