According to a new study published in July issue of Asian journal of Conservation Biology,
In India’s North-Eastern State – Meghalaya, you’ll find amazing examples of ‘bio-engineering. Local people or native tribe ‘Khasi’ has learned to grow bridges out of living roots of rubber trees. Cherrapunji, the wettest place on earth that witness about 75 feet annual rainfall, needed a
Machali – World’s most photographed ‘royal tigress’ who had killed 14-feet crocodile in legendary battle
On this World Tigers Day, celebrated on 29 July every year, we wish to revive the memories of Machali (T-16) – the pride of Ranthambore National Park.
Nabire, a 32-years-old northern female white rhinoceros, died at the Dvur Kralove Zoo after suffering complications from the rupture of a large cyst.
As a landmark win for animal activists, world’s biggest animal sacrifice festival, Gadhimai, has come to an end after 265 years of animal massacre.
Earlier this month, at the world summit on climate change held at Lyon in France on July 2, Shimla was lauded for Urban-LEDS (Low Emissions Development Strategy).
The capital city of India is now world’s number one in air pollution. According to a global study Delhi’s air is highly toxic and killing 80 people every day.
The SALt is an amazing lamp that can attend to two very critical issues – lack of electricity in far flung areas
London Mayor Boris Johnson has revealed plans to deliver a new Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), due to go live in September 2020, in the hope of curbing the 9,500 premature deaths each year in the capital due to air-pollution. The ULEZ scheme will require all
India’s poor water management leading to groundwater depletion & wastage of 40 million liters sewer water
The dependence of India’s modern cities on groundwater resources is worrying experts working in the field of groundwater conservation and management.