Dying for a lake
Four fisherfolks were killed in police firing in Chilka Lake when they were protesting against prawn farming in the lake on May 29
Too little to share
Kerala's paddy farmers resent water disbursal to NTPC plant
Who won it?
Wild Emergency: From sensational to sensible
The National Board of Wildlife’s recommendation that state governments use Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code while dealing with …
Children’s involvement in conflict cause of worry: India
Indian ambassador to UN proposes child protection advisers in peacekeeping operations to ensure safe return of children affected by armed conflict
Mediation can resolve conflicts related to natural resources: UN
New guide for professionals draws on field experience in conflict resolution
The poverty of policy
A tiger’s tale
Avni, the Yavatmal tigress, died because she was caught in the crossfire of people's expectations from the government and the pretence …
India’s wildlife needs its people’s empathy, not just sympathy
The trend of shooting animals declared as ‘man eaters’ is taking a toll on our wildlife, our precious natural heritage
क्या बिहार में भी शुरू हो गई है बाघ व आदमी के बीच मुठभेड़?
बिहार के पश्चिमी चम्पारण के वाल्मीकि टाइगर रिजर्व में बाघ के हमलों की घटनाएं अमूमन नहीं होती हैं, लेकिन सोमवार की शाम कथित तौर पर ...
In A Spot
Are the new industrial siting rules a boon or a bane?
Water used as weapon of war in Syria, Gaza and Yemen
The conflict in Syria has worsened water crisis of the parched country; 30 million people affected, says Unicef
Conflict and food insecurity: Iraq only one among many
Globally, 33 countries, including 26 in Africa, are in need of external assistance due to a combination of conflict, crop failures and high …
UN to cut food supplies to African refugees
The drastic cut will affect 800,000 people in the African continent
'Animals and humans have shared spaces in India long before 1972'
In the aftermath of a tragic incident in Maharashtra's Junnar, where 5 leopard cubs were burnt to death unknowingly by a farmer in whose field …
Leopard kills forester in Uttarakhand; authorities suspect it to be a man-eater
The staff of the Rajaji Tiger Reserve was attacked in the Motichur range in Raiwala area
War of words: why journalists need to understand grammar to write accurately about violence
An important but contested roles of journalism is the act of putting political violence into words. If they sound neutral, it’s likely …
Why blaming conflicts in Africa on climate change is misguided
It is misguided to blame armed conflict and violence on climate change alone
Namibia to pay $8,297 to relatives of people killed by wild animals
However, families whose kin have been killed by crocodiles and hippos while swimming and bathing in rivers won’t get any compensation
Why are vanilla growers in Madagascar struggling to survive?
Farmers in Madagascar, world's largest vanilla-exporting country, live in poverty and constant fear of losing their crop to theft
Squeezing ecological spaces
Boundaries are sometimes mere artefacts, and ecology is governed by different rules
संरक्षित क्षेत्रों के बाहर बढ़ रहा है तेंदुए का अनुकूलन
पश्चिम बंगाल के चाय बागानों और उनके बीच स्थित मिश्रित भूमि उपयोग क्षेत्र के करीब 400 वर्ग किलोमीटर के दायरे में यह अध्ययन किया ...
Female elephant dies from electrocution in Odisha
The body was spotted by local resident who in turn informed forest officials
DTE recommends: What to read, watch and do
Here's all about a book on war and environment during the Mughals, a documentary on people forced to migrate due to climate change and a wildlife …