Supriya Singh holds an MPhil in ecological anthropology from Delhi University and has extensive field experience throughout India. Her work focuses on natural resource management issues, public policy, rural development, and agriculture.

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The face of India’s rural malaise can be seen in the Bull’s trench brick kilns that are widespread across the country. An outdated technology invented by a British engineer, they contribute 30 percent of the air pollution in the Kathmandu valley.1 The kilns, many of them illegal, dot the countryside, belching smoke, sucking up coal, […]

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