Socio-political and environmental dynamics of Manipur’s Loktak Ramsar site
Scientists studying the ecological profile of the lake say that many species of native plants, fishes and other invertebrates have steadily declined
Interlinking of rivers could flood India’s freshwater with invasive fish
Scientists are urging for careful assessments and policy changes amidst global concern about invasive species and their effects on freshwater ecosystems.
Biodiversity loss from mega real estate projects: What is missing, what can be done?
“Every taxa/species found in a given area will have a role to play and would be part of a local food web, and thus should not be overlooked,” Subramanya
From abundance to endangerment to revival, Kachchh’s guggal comes a full circle
Local farmers began to grow the guggal—both for economic benefit, as well as for community awareness and involvement in its conservation.
How India’s First ‘Green Village’ Turned Hunters Into Conservationists
The hunters-turned-conservationists of Khonoma are continuing to cultivate their community-led approach to protecting their heritage.
Nature-based learning programmes improve environment and climate literacy in Chennai
Nature-based educators in the coastal city of Chennai are working to improve environment and climate literacy through outdoor, place-based programmes.
When the Forest is our Garden, the garden also becomes a place for Conflict (of Interests)
Community mobilisation under the Tribal Yuva Sangathan: Fight for rights under FRA and CFRR, Conservation & revival of traditional practices, Creation of educational spaces