The future of the chimpanzee
On the first-ever World Chimpanzee Day, we should consider the ways we can ensure that future human generations can enjoy sharing the earth with …
Indigenous trees at risk of disappearing in central Africa
Researchers say that human activity has been crucial for young trees to mature in the world's second largest rainforest
Lake Chad Basin: 1.4 million children displaced; many suffer from malnutrition
About 67,000 children under five are likely to die in Nigeria’s Borno and Yobe states in September
For forest elephants in Central Africa, no place is safe from poaching
A recent study shows a 78-81 per cent decline in elephant population from the most protected area in Central Africa over a period of ten years
'Climate change to impact suitability of tropical agricultural lands by 2100'
Suitability will shift to higher latitudes of the northern hemisphere
Short-circuiting discrimination or perpetuating them?
Nutrition programmes for Dalits need institutions to deliver and a vigilant citizenry to monitor implementation
Fossilised fish bones from Africa are fertilising the Amazon forest
Study shows that dust containing phosphorous from fish fossils helps photosynthesis in the Amazon region