How come Andhra is left out of the mining loot story ? It is good for the nation if we learn to keep environmental and...
The UN environment report states that Ganga would disappear by 2030.There would be no need to train engineers or even Ganga...
A report published in the Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology suggests that babies of...
The slasb-and-burn method of cultivation is ecologically disastrous
and economically fruitless for the
tribals. To provide a viable alternative to this shifting cultivation, the
Social Forestry Project of Orissa in
collaboration with the Swedish
International Development Agency
chose 14 landless tribals in
Bhatiguda village of the state as beneficiaries under Forest Fanning for
Rural Poor programme on an experimental basis (The Indian Forester,
Vol 121; No 5).
Each beneficiary family was
provided financial support and half
a hectare of plantation to raise
agricultural crops in the space
between rows of plants. The tribals
completely abandoned shifting cultivation.