Not Green, but Greenwash
A lasting technological solution to ecological challenges leads to the next generation of ecological problems.
Meet Sasi Mausi: A sentinel of Odisha forest
Forest department officials know that the forests are in safe hands. The proof, they say, is the flourishing wildlife in the once deserted hills.
Living With The Snow Leopards
People can co-exist with wildlife and even be part of the conservation process
Restoring the Nilgiris habitat, one acre at a time
Who might help one to take up replanting projects for private homes, estates, government land or local schools in the Nilgiris?
Farming for Healing
What does it take to create and maintain an organic medicinal farm, in the face of rampant development?
Of butterflies, cranes, macaques and India’s hydropower conundrum
In the case of a certain hydro-power project, development bowed before nature, but the same may not be the case for other projects,
Biodiversity heritage sites could turn out to be a lifeline for India’s conservation efforts
The voluntary character of the process implies an intricate desire within the stakeholders to preserve the land.
Maha gramsabha: A Unique Initiative In Central India
Apart from resistance against mining and implementation of forest rights, what other activities are taking place at the MGS level?