Mangroves: The Green Coastal Infrastructure

Shubhangi Singh: India has a coastline of roughly 7516.6 Km across it’s 13 States and Union Territories. While India is racing towards being recognised as a global leader in the industrial and manufacturing sectors, the nation’s cities have been scaling up… Continue Reading →

The Little Rann of Kachchh

Shubhangi Singh: How often does one experience a terrain that is as dramatically transformative in it’s characteristic as one found in The Little Rann of Kachchh? Like a seasonal cloak, The Little Rann of Kachchh (LRK) adorns itself with different landscapes,… Continue Reading →

Why save the vultures?

Shubhangi Singh: As urbanisation continues to engulf us at a raging pace, natural elements that once functioned effortlessly through it’s own evolutionary patterns are, often, the least considered collaterals in present day India. Along the path of this haphazard, yet, steady… Continue Reading →

Understanding the seasonal flows of water

  Shubhangi Singh: In a country as diverse as India where the mountain meets the ocean and the deserts blend into forests, one hallmark of beauty that is often left out of the travel catalogues is the outstanding Loktak Lake in Manipur…. Continue Reading →

Fishing Holiday- Nature At Work

Shubhangi Singh: “The world has enough for everyone’s needs, but not everyone’s greed” – these words spoken by Mahatma Gandhi could not ring more true is this age of rampant consumption.   India has a vast coastline, and hence, it also… Continue Reading →

Let the river flow

Shubhangi Singh: Water without a doubt is a precious resource, the dire conditions of which, has been in discussions and debates for a good many years now. Rivers are the lifeline of any healthy ecosystem. Our very survival depends on the water… Continue Reading →

A Healthy Lake Creates A Healthier Economy

Shubhangi Singh: Ever wondered what it is that we lose when we lose a lake? Is it just water that we are losing? Or is it much more than that? When a significant number of people are dependent directly or indirectly… Continue Reading →

Kanwar Jheel: Where floods bring good news

Shubhangi Singh: Floods are generally considered undesirable and destructive elements of nature and, often times, they have proven to be absolutely catastrophic but the same overflowing of rivers have the potential to create some very favourable Wetlands. These Wetlands can serve… Continue Reading →

When Elephants and Humans Cross Paths

Shubhangi Singh: Elephants play a very important role in the India. They are integral to not only the Indian ecological panorama but also to it’s cultural and religious landscape. Various forms of motifs representing the elephants have deeply embedded itself in… Continue Reading →

Managing Bycatch

Shubhangi Singh: Technology might be man’s biggest achievement. It may also be of man’s greatest concern. Large-scale machines have proven to industrialise production thus, multiplying benefits by many folds but these mass encounters can also be hazardous to small beings that… Continue Reading →

The Good Calms of Ashtamudi

Shubhangi Singh: Often, there are circumstances that threatens to erode the very fabric of our existence by shaking the foundations of what our livelihood, our economic structures, and our communities depend upon. While some may have no choice but to be… Continue Reading →

Western Ghats: The Green Gold of India

Shubhangi Singh: Do you ever relate the health of a forest directly with the well being of your family? A passing thought of this might, perhaps, make it’s way in and out of our consciousness as we drift through yet another… Continue Reading →

Managing Willows in Wular Lake

Shubhangi Singh: The pristine valley of Kashmir in Northern India is a beautiful land of meadows, lakes and river that is, still, reeling from the aftermath of devastating floods that engulfed the region for two successive years. These floods damaged numerous… Continue Reading →

Chilika’s Health Brings Wealth

Ritu Bhardwaj: Spanning over 1,165 sq km, the Chilika Lake is Asia’s largest saltwater lake. Over 200,000 fishers and 400,000 farmers depend on the lake for their livelihood. But what makes this lake stand out is its biodiversity.Over a million migratory… Continue Reading →

BIGGEST IVORY BURN EVER: Worth More Alive

Saturday 30th April 2016, the government of Kenya took a historic stand against ivory trade. 105 tons of ivory arranged in eleven pyres and one pyre of rhino horns were set ablaze in the Worth More Alive campaign. The tusks… Continue Reading →

Matunda Miti: A solution to Climate Change

Matunda ya miti is what fruit trees are popularly referred to in Kenya. Only 20% of all the land in Kenya is arable. Even so, a third of the population directly depends on rain-fed agriculture with the bulk of them… Continue Reading →

Baranaja : Twelve Seeds of Sustainability

300 million farmers are a whole bulk of farmers. India houses them, making it the country with the largest number of small-scale food growers in the world. Most of these farmers own less than 2 acres of land and are… Continue Reading →

8000 Californians Send a Strong Message to Governor Brown

Our 5 Biggest Successes 2014

This year was Project Survival Media’s biggest year since our founding. We produced more media than ever before, doubled our budget from years past, and provided stunning coverage for critical movement moments. A big congratulations to all who contributed to… Continue Reading →

Press Roundup

This year our work garnered a lot of attention on social media and in online and print media. View our slideshow of screenshots to get a sense of where our media ended up! To see the original posts links are… Continue Reading →

A message to us from Trans Canada

Survival Media Agency Co-Coordinator Robert van Waarden has been producing the “Along the Pipeline” project, which aims to put a human face to those living along the proposed Energy East Pipeline route in Canada. By leveraging the power of visual… Continue Reading →

Shut It Down For Micheal Brown – NYC Protest

 

People’s Climate March

The Southwest Workers Union

Bayou Rising

Bayou Rising was an historic event in South Louisiana put on by the Houma Nation and Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy to bring awareness to the grave impacts of climate change in the region. Currently, South Louisiana is… Continue Reading →

Welcome 2 New Members of our Team!

It has been such a joy to work with Nicole Choy and Riley Leonard. They are both incredibly adept in their fields and hard workers that just get things done. Nicole took on the challenge of designing our beautiful media… Continue Reading →

Agents of Change India

Our team in India was contracted by the German government in a partnership with the Indian Youth Climate Network to produce a series of short videos on young people and climate change.              

Oloitokitok– A village full of solar hope in Kenya

If the Kenyan map was shaped like the average woman’s body, Lokitaung and Mandera would be the shoulders. It would curve to the tapering waist at Mt. Elgon then broaden to the left hip near Migori. Oloitokitok then, would be… Continue Reading →

Saving Seeds for Climate Resilience

In the foothills of Tehri Garhwal, far from the hustle and life of the city, and improperly connected by roads and untouched by urbanization, lays a quaint village – Jardhar Gaon. I came here with my team to learn about… Continue Reading →

Justice For the Mountains

Our director featured in Millennial video

Post by AJ+.

Our Power in Full Force

PSM Photographs Meeting between US Administration and Indian Youth Climate Network

Black As Night – Nahko and Medicine for the People

Check out the shout out the Survival Media Agency gets in the new Nahko and Medicine for the People music video.  Our direct Shadia Fayne Wood is featured at 1:31! Great work Bunker and Kay!

Flood Wall Street

Traditional Farming in India Provides Farmers with Stability — In Photos

Barahnaja (Barah-twelve, Anaja-Grains) means growing twelve or more crops in a synergetic combination; pulses, oilseeds, vegetables, fibers, and spices are grown for optimal crop production in the village Jardhar Gaon in Northern India. Our hosts explained that these crops were meticulously chosen and… Continue Reading →

We Launched our Media Agency!

      It’s true! We finally launched our fee-for-service arm of Project Survival Media– the Survival Media Agency! SMA works to connect the right media professional with organizations who are looking for high-quality media production services for issues relating… Continue Reading →

Our Power Richmond– In Photos

The Garden Game Changer in India (Award Winning Film)

India is witnessing the largest wave of urbanization in its history. While its economic development and cities are important, this urbanization across cities of India is putting tremendous pressure on its natural resources. The result is increasingly visible in the… Continue Reading →

Fracking Kern County, California

Using Crap for Energy

View Snigdha’s original post by clicking on the image.    

Reject and Project

   

Remember that Chemical Spill in Charleston, West Virginia?

Powering Indigenous Villages in Kenya

Powering Indigenous Villages in Kenya In the southwest of Kenya, the Oloitokitok district lies on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. In a tiny village that borders the Amboseli National Park, where the Maasai’s roam with their livestock, Iltilal’s villagers have… Continue Reading →

Fossil Fuel Divestment Convergence

Oil Spill in Galveston, Texas

Mountain Justice Spring Break 2014– In Photos

PSM Featured In Yes! Magazine

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Agents of Change– Compilation Video

Agents of Change PUNE

Our team in India was contracted by the German government in a partnership with the Indian Youth Climate Network to produce a series of short videos on young people and climate change.

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