Fauna returns to Ameenpur lake

“Every water body from the past should be treated as a heritage body.”

Chetna Andolan's "Best Ecologist Award 2016"

Participants were judged on their ability to cut grass without harming other plants, and on their knowledge of the forest.

Dear Humans, how long will you live?

All the pressing concerns about pollution, waste, rising temperatures, and so on boil down to the need for a transformation of our value systems.

Sanitarily yours...

At a school in Kanchipuram, teachers and students harvest manure from dry composting toilets, thus paying possibly the best tribute to Gandhi

Adivasis in the Bastar conflict zone are spearheading a massive conservation effort (Translation - In Malayalam)

It is heartening that despite prevailing conflicts, Adivasi people of Bastar care for their own forests and are helping other states enrich theirs.

Adivasis in the Bastar conflict zone are spearheading a massive conservation effort

It is heartening that despite prevailing conflicts, Adivasi people of Bastar care for their own forests and are helping other states enrich theirs.

Can recurring droughts in Maharashtra be offset by participatory groundwater management (PGWM)?

PGWM leads to better water management; hydrogeology can become a catalyst for villages to come together to achieve water security.

Yogendra Yadav and Vandana Shiva call for a green party in India

“If green politics emerges as a binding agent of various marginalised groups and concerns, it definitely has a future in India.”

Is Responsible Tourism an Oxymoron?

Tourism policy in India is increasingly realizing the potential and need for genuinely community-run, ecologically sensitive visitation.

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