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In this issue

Climate Injustice

A Crisis of Inequality

To address the climate crisis in ways that serve the large majority of Indians, we must tackle the age-old questions of caste, class, religion, and gender-based oppression

A Crisis of Inequality

7 mins

Extreme Survival

How poor women cope with poverty and climate change

Extreme Survival

2 mins

Burning Earth

How global warming changes the lives of Indians, and the unequal ways it affects the population

Burning Earth

9 mins

COP, Anthropogenic, Solastalgia...What?

It is time to improve communication on the most dangerous crisis the world is facing

COP, Anthropogenic, Solastalgia...What?

5 mins

Portraits of Heat

Everyday objects hold in themselves a multitude of stories, each telling of the climate change exasperated divide between the haves and have-nots of the world.

Portraits of Heat

3 mins

An Unequal Heat

Dalit women working as farm labourers bear the extreme brunt of the climate crisis and escalating temperatures. This visual project documents their stories, which are a powerful testament to the fact that there can be no climate justice without social justice

An Unequal Heat

6 mins

Human Understanding is Built on Stories

The term communication gap is a euphemism. It is more accurate to say they are parallel universes. Part of it has to do with the nature of the subject.

Human Understanding is Built on Stories

2 mins

Living on the Margins

While the climate crisis spells doom for everyone, its impact does not hit everyone equally

Living on the Margins

2 mins

Fahrenheit 800

India’s brick kiln workers are paying for the country’s construction boom

Fahrenheit 800

2 mins

We The Power

People’s movements to protect the environment are making major strides from Kashmir to Kerala

We The Power

5 mins

Ice Loss

Thajiwas, once a large glacier extending to Sonamarg, has receded 12-15 metres annually since the 1960s due to insufficient winter snowfall, higher summer temperatures

Ice Loss

7 mins

Elegy for the Hills

Global warming is severely affecting farming and leading to disasters, displacement and migration in Uttarakhand

Elegy for the Hills

7 mins

Sea the Change

This piece is an outcome of my struggle to comprehend the times inhabit. They are based on encounters in a fishing village near Pondicherry Puducherry), where fishermen friends helped/are helping me navigate new waters. The ever-changing sea led me to these explorations. There is urgency in the air. Else, all will be still

Sea the Change

5 mins

The Sea in their Blood

Mumbai's original residents, the fishing community, is struggling to stay afloat amid frequent storms, warmer temperatures, rising sea level, reduced catch and illegal technology

The Sea in their Blood

5 mins

The Dark Earth

Incessant mining in Jharkhand has led to large-scale deforestation, resulting in long and warm summers and shifting of the monsoon

The Dark Earth

7 mins

Feeling the Heat

A visit to a few bastis in Delhi proved that women are disproportionately impacted by climate change

Feeling the Heat

6 mins

The Age Cf Cli-Fi

When nature faced an existential crisis, Bollywood's storytellers found other greener pastures

The Age Cf Cli-Fi

7 mins

Godmen and Mortal Women

Women, girls, workers, Dalits, mothers, daughters, sisters, wives, babies, followers: who were the victims of the Hathras satsang stampede?

Godmen and Mortal Women

10+ mins

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Outlook Magazine Description:

PublisherThe Outlook Group

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyFortnightly

Outlook is a weekly news magazine published by Outlook Publishing India Pvt. Ltd. It was founded in 1995 by Vinod Mehta. Outlook covers a wide range of topics, including politics, business, society, and culture. The magazine is known for its investigative journalism and its bold and fearless reporting.

In every issue, you'll find:

* In-depth reporting: Outlook's journalists go the extra mile to bring you the latest news and analysis.
* Compelling storytelling: Outlook's writers tell stories that will stay with you long after you've finished reading them.
* Thought-provoking opinion: Outlook's columnists challenge you to think about the world in new ways.
* Engaging visuals: Outlook's photography and design will make you want to linger over every page.

Outlook is a must-read for anyone who wants to be informed and engaged in the world around them.

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