In the forests of Kanyakumari, an invasive species has been proliferating since the 1960s. It is time to remove it altogether
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The Island of Turtles
Gujarat is misusing forest laws under garb of ‘sustainable’ development
Forest lands, over which rights of adivasis have been recognised or are pending recognition, have been usurped for carrying ...
Tumakuru sets a green example
The hilly and forested district in southeast Karnataka is giving new lessons to the rest of India on responsible ...
This town in Karnataka has its very own Central Park
The Gubbi Tree Park, inaugurated recently by the Tumakuru Forest Division in Karnataka, has shone a light on creating ...
How alien invasive plant species threaten Western Ghats
Forest fires and man-eating tigers make for easy headlines but what about invading flora in a forest?
Why India’s celebrating World Water Day and Forest Day is a farce
Instead of salvaging these highly essential resources, our country is busy butchering them
10 interventions government must make to protect forest rights
BJP-led NDA has won 38 out of 48 reserved seats for Scheduled Tribes across the country, of which a ...
Forest Rights Act: A litmus test for govt to protect forest dwellers
It is now the turn of the BJP-led central government, which won 38 out of 48 reserved seats for ...
Native tree species are climate resilient, maintain ecological balance
Introducing exotic species and promoting monoculture plantations in forest areas, village common lands have caused disastrous impacts on the ...