Monday, June 27, 2022


Harnessing the unrealised potential of agroforestry in curbing climate change in India

Experts believe that increasing the area under agroforestry could also fulfil multiple Sustainable Development Goals established by the United Nations.

An engaged society is key for the future of African conservation, says WWF Africa’s...

Protecting Africa’s charismatic megafauna often come first to mind when Westerners think about conservation in Africa, but this is a narrow view that doesn’t capture the range of issues involved in conservation efforts across the continent.

Sikkim’s urban sacred groves mitigate double the carbon compared to a natural rural forest

A quality unique to Sikkim has been the role played by its religious and cultural institutions in the preservation of forests, these forests also help fight the impact of climate change and mitigate environmental degradation to a large extent.

TIME’s list of 100 most influential people in 2020 includes Indigenous Waorani leader

Nemonte Nenquimo, a leader of Ecuador’s Indigenous Waorani nation, has been named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2020 for her work in defending her people’s territory in the Amazon Rainforest against the extractive industry.

Lessons on coexistence with the environment from two tribal districts in Odisha

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, various voices call for a change in human behaviour towards ecosystems and biodiversity and strengthen conservation.

Uttarakhand eyes a part of Rajaji Tiger Reserve for Kumbh

Preparing for Kumbh, scheduled from January 2021 in Haridwar, Uttarakhand government’s forest department has requested permission from the centre to temporarily use a part of Rajaji National Park for pilgrim facilities.
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Manipur Loses Forest Due to Poppy Cultivation, Unrestrained Community Control

Manipur blames its rapid decline in forest cover to community control over forest areas and the lack of government infrastructure to curb the problem.

India’s tiger reserves are browning and drying: study

A vegetation assessment of India’s tiger reserves suggests that the elevated protection status of reserves alone is insufficient in preserving the vegetation conditions.

Thousands of Adivasis March to Delhi to Reclaim their Forests and their Dignity

Thousands of Adivasis staged a protest against the improper implementation of the historic Forest Rights Act(2006).

Protests to Save Mumbai’s Aarey Forest Continues Amid Conservation- Development Debate

Residents of Mumbai have been protesting against the rapid decay and damage caused to the Aarey forest.

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