Environmental conservation and sustainability, respecting ecological integrity and limits Read More
Organic farming gathers steam in the Sundarbans
The training at the Knowledge Centre is now modified to weave in local knowledge to make it rooted in ground realities.
The Ficus in the Tea: The fight for the lonely atti maram (fig tree)
Other than a tiger, almost all the other large mammals in the region were seen under the lone fig tree!
Naraikadu: Where citizens conserved a forest for 100 years
The conservation practises in Naraikadu have been effective - the plethora of endemic flora and fauna identified here are testimony to this.
Treating sewage with plants
biological sewage treatment method based on hydroponics supports saplings of different varieties with their roots reaching into the water
ACT one: Anti-dam, pro-people
"... We should also start coming up with new ideas, showing alternatives (to livelihood).”
Meet the Lady Who Has Revived 25 Forgotten Varieties of Rice; Try Some Today!
The need to eat right and provide nutritious meals for their child led Menaka and Thilak Raj to become entrepreneurs.
The sustainable sandhai
The sandhai was a watering hole for people of all age groups to mingle and understand the importance and advantages of a more natural lifestyle.
Mumbai sighting of Olive Ridley hatchlings may not be as rare as imagined
It is entirely possible that it is only due to the regular clean-up of this 2.5-km-long beach (since 2015) that the turtles have returned.
Gained in Translation: Some necessary superstitions
a grove belonging to this goddess, or the woods belonging to some snake or ghost - folklore is replete with forest-saving superstitions