We don’t really know how many birds are present and how are they distributed across different places and difference seasons. To fill this crucial knowledge gap, citizens and scientists came together to develop this wonderful resource.
Environmental impact assessment in India have been evolving since the 1900s. Amendments in existing notifications and even release of new notifications in this regard keep happening. But are they efficient enough or just namesake?
On the occasion of World Environment Day, 2020 we asked people about the environmental concerns that bother them the most.
In developing countries, women and girls are responsible for water collection in 7 out of 10 households. On an average, they walk 1 hour a day to collect water.
No color makes the unheard voice louder
We have been living with diseases from time immemorial. In fact, we seem to have tried to adapt to sicknesses that have befallen us. This century brought to us the spread of the pandemic but what does that mean for our ecosystem.
People have been lifting ideas from Mother Nature for decades. This has been termed as biomimicry with many successful examples worldwide.
Bats form a quarter of the total mammals present on the Earth. WPA,1972 included bat species in vermin category after which conservation studies were started. This being said, these little beings are much undervalued than they can be accountable for.
Mass extinctions have been taking place on Earth since the beginning itself. Many species have been gained and lost over time. But, with the human imposed overuse of the Earth’s resources climate crisis has become real. And with that, so has the sixth wave of extinction.
In the year 1972, Wildlife Protection Act came into existence with hundreds of species listed and then unlisted from it over the years. To assist in conservation, efforts started to protect as many species as possible. After many years of conservation, what has been the progress so far.
The annual kumbh ka mela organized in Haryana is one of the most attended fair in Haryana. It is organized near the peacock lake which is slowly losing all of it’s water.
International treaties have been signed since climate change became a big concern. It started off with UNFCCC with countries all over the world ratifying it. How are the countries contributing their bits to the commitments bid? How is this being managed?