Esha Chhabra

Esha Chhabra has been a writer and journalist focused on global development, the environment, and business for over a decade. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Economist, Guardian, Forbes, The Washington Post, Fast Company, Wired, and more. She goes beyond the greenwashing to determine if companies are actually pushing the needle. Her work has been supported by the UN Foundation and the Pulitzer Center in Washington, DC. Esha is a graduate of Georgetown University and the London School of Economics and Politics Science. Delhi-born, she calls Southern California home.

How ‘Deconstructing the Sneaker' Is Protecting the Amazon

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As most shoe soles go synthetic, one brand is surfacing its sneakers with true, sustainable wild rubber — and turning its local harvesters into rainforest guardians.

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