by Vishwa Maheshwari, intern I have always had three main interests – traveling, environmental conservation and social service. With things
By Khushali Sanghvi, intern at Himalayan Ecotourism It all started with a wish. A wish to do it differently. I
By Purnima Sood, intern at HET from TISS Tuljapur My experience of interning with Himalayan Ecotourism will stay with me
by Tanya Issar, intern HET a social enterprise focuses on social causes covering projects like “Stop Forest Fire”. Since its
I was appointed by HET to work on the project of Stop Forest Fires. Along with that I was requested to train a young local woman to continue working on the project.
By Anuja Joshi, intern Himalayan ecotourism, the name itself signifies how exotic this could be. I was so looking forward
By Poonam Shukla and Shikha Bohra, interns of HET This is a part of the story of how the HET team
By Poonam Shukla and Shikha Bohra, interns of HET We headed for Pekhari two days after the first meeting. We took
By Vincent Martin, intern, France Wood is the commonly used fuel for cooking and heating houses in the Himalayan valleys.
Author : Mayank Austen Soofi Published in the ‘Live Mint”: Wed, Jul 30 2014. Perched almost on the peak, this