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Biodiversity

Grassroot environmentalists

In a small town in Gujarat villagers make their living by making earthen pots for drinking water storage and refrigerators. These cooling boxes can be used to store drinking water as well as storing food. They call these cooling boxes mitticool Photographs by: Sayantoni Palchoudhuri Also read: Earth crusaders

Grassroot environmentalists

A farmer in Rajasthan prepares the desert soil and turns it into a fertile ground for growing crops Photographs by: Sayantoni Palchoudhuri Also read: Earth crusaders

Grassroot environmentalists

It is their job to sift through countless wrappers, cardboards, paper bags and plastic for recycling Photographs by: Sayantoni Palchoudhuri Also read: Earth crusaders

Grassroot environmentalists

Plastic refuse collected near Rajghat after segregation, which again goes to Punjab for recycling Photographs by: Sayantoni Palchoudhuri Also read: Earth crusaders

Grassroot environmentalists

Waste pickers at the Okhla landfill collect garbage and segregate it into recyclable and non-recyclable waste Photographs by: Sayantoni Palchoudhuri Also read: Earth crusaders

Earth crusaders

Issue Date: Apr 21, 2012
Earth Day special  

Tree cheers

Author(s): Diya Das
Issue Date: Apr 30, 2012

Art with bugs

Issue Date: Apr 15, 2012
INSECTS make up about 80 per cent of the total number of living beings on the planet. Yet we know very little about them, and at times refer pejoratively to them as bugs and creepy crawlies. The site under review implores a rethink. And it uses the unlikely medium of art.

The fish barrier

Author(s): Tiasa Adhya
Issue Date: Apr 15, 2012
THE Mekong River, which flows through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, is already heavily dammed owing to its steep topography. Plans are to construct 11 more on the river and 41 on its tributaries in the next four years. Another 10-37 dams are planned on the tributaries between 2015 and 2030.

Mother of Machiavellianism

Issue Date: Apr 15, 2012
INVASIVE animals or plants are known for their devastating impact on the ecosystem, often pushing some native species to extinction. But Australian researchers have spotted an invasive plant which is preparing local predators for the arrival of another invasive species—the notorious cane toad.
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