Bhimashankar villagers multiply indigenous seeds
They pack one kg of a variety of indigenous seeds in cloth bags and sell them at exhibitions to encourage more farmers to cultivate them.
Meet Taukeer Alam, the school dropout who has become one of Uttarakhand’s top birders
He handles field equipment with ease, enters field data in computer, analyses video footage of woodpeckers, initiates nature clubs in villages...
These Two Friends Started Goa’s First Zero-Waste Store To Beat Plastic Pollution At Its Root
How a zero-waste store can actually substitute conventional departmental stores.
Engaging Communities in Resource Monitoring: The Political Ecology of Science as the Language of Power
Community-based monitoring can play a critical role in the empowerment of local communities and their engagement in conservation.
Bargur buffaloes from Erode recognised as specific breed
Adapted for grazing in the hilly terrain, the small Bargur cattle is mainly reared for milk and manure
Kole Birders: Learning habitat conservation from the birds
Conservation understanding will naturally come with the understanding about birds.
Walk along the Ken to Find a World You Didn't Know Was There
We discussed old stories, traditions surrounding the water, agricultural practices, recent climate patterns, historical narratives, people’s aspira...
Passive Solar Housing keeps people warm in icy Ladakh
The south face of a building needs to be all windows, as it gets maximum sunrise to sunset exposure in winters.
A rice, lost and found
The rice, endemic to Kerala, adapted to the salinity of the coastal areas. To survive the tides the plant grew taller - to 1.5 meters.