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February 17, 2017

Improved Cookstoves Boost Health and Forest Cover in the Himalayas

Mountain communities in the Himalayan region are almost entirely dependent on forests for firewood even though this practice has been identified as one of the most significant causes of forest decline and a major source of indoor air pollution.

February 16, 2017

When Wild Animals Treat Themselves in Farmers’ Farms

By Athar Parvaiz

February 16, 2017

Improved Cookstoves Boost Health and Forest Cover in the Himalayas

February 15, 2017

Tribal women corner the market on India's heat-hardy black goats

Cutting out the middleman has helped rural people survive as they face worsening heat and drought as a result of climate change.

February 10, 2017

Atree’s Clam Conservation Project at Vembanad lake paves new hope for clam workers.

By K.Rajendran

February 12, 2017

Not rain, drain water harvesting is the need of the day for growing cities

By Skand Vivek

February 07, 2017

The biodiversity of BR hills and peculiarities of Soliga tribes

By K. Rajendran

January 31, 2017

How a Spring Revival Scheme in India’s Sikkim Is Defeating Droughts

January 31, 2017

Erratic rains, rising costs trigger crisis for "champagne of teas"

Future of Darjeeling tea is in doubt as erratic rains compound other problems facing the industry.

January 31, 2017

Tourist Spot or Time Bomb

The Sikkim government is planning to convert an artificial lake, formed by a massive landslide in the state’s northern part in August last year, into a tourist spot.

But most of the people from the Lepcha community in Dzongu argue that it is a bad idea to turn a “time-bomb” into a tourist spot, 
 

By Athar Parvaiz Bhat

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