livestock
Traversing Climate Change

The relationship between the herd and the shepherd is one of mutual dependency; the herd is the herders' family.

Where Camels Take to the Sea

How will all of those kharais fare in a region that has become less hospitable to them?

Farm to Systems – Where is our measuring tape?

Measuring the impacts of agro-ecology, farmers realize the various benefits of diversifying their farm enterprises.

Removing forest dwellers from areas to protect biodiversity costs more than involving them: report

"... Such examples of realising economic benefits have a direct positive impact on forest growth,”

Understanding ‘Bait’: Stories from the Alpine Pastures of Jammu and Kashmir

The popularity of Bait (बैत) (traditional music) is significant due to the presence and visibility of Gojri language in public spaces.

Camel milk inspires hope for herders

The increased income has led to reverse migration in several villages of Kutch and the rearers are also increasing their stocks.

Is the Environment for Taking From or for Giving To? A Young Indigenous Economist Finds Answers in His Own Culture

Alienating Nanda-Gaoli people from forests has been detrimental not only for livestock (but also for) the environment

Data-driven ‘water and agriculture’ planning: The big picture

Based on a large-scale data collection process, the datasets can be a precious resource at the meso and macro level.

Conserving The Future

To help in wildlife conservation of a delicate, high altitude ecosystem in one of the least populated districts of the country.