Bandipur: Evolution reason behind twinning being rare among elephants, say scientists
A cow elephant in Bandipur Tiger Reserve recently gave birth to twin calves
International Day of Forests: Can India shift from a ‘plantation’ mindset to an ‘eco restoration’ one
On World Forestry Day 2022, a retired forest officer offers some suggestions on India’s future forest policy
Conservation plan chalked out after 150 vultures spotted in Bihar’s Valmiki Tiger Reserve
A rescue centre for vultures will be set up in the reserve’s Ganauli range to increase the number of vultures
Tigress Sundari, brought to Odisha from Madhya Pradesh in 2018, heads back home
The inter-state tiger relocation project has been put on hold after the first attempt was unsuccessful
Similipal forest fire: It is time to act
Forest fires can be controlled in the first few hours; it is important to engage local communities in the first line of action
Near-extinct hard ground swamp deer see revival in Kanha
Species’ number increased to 800 in 2020, claim park authorities
Daily Court Digest: Major environment orders (September 3, 2019)
Down To Earth brings you the top environmental cases heard in the Supreme Court, the high courts and the National Green Tribunal
'Sariska's tiger reserve status needs reconsideration'
Ghazala Shahabuddin says the protected area may lack sufficient habitat for a viable population of tigers
‘India has to change its attitude towards leopards’
Leopard expert, Vidya Athreya responds to alarming report on leopard mortality, says finger-pointing must end
Now, fishing communities join forest dwellers to demand forest rights in Sundarbans
At least one million fishers depend on the fish catch from the estuarine habitat
Apex court rejects petition against NH-7 widening project
Petitioners have been asked to appear before the Bombay High Court and inform it about the measures needed to be taken for tiger conservation
Lurking in danger zone
Wild animals are increasingly moving out of protected areas. What should the government do to ensure their safety?
'Poaching figure for this year is alarming'
Over 100 tigers have died in 2014 and 2015. Shekhar Kumar Niraj, head of wildlife trade monitoring agency Traffic, talks about the problems of …
A forest guard’s life is tough
Conserving biodiversity at the ground is different from buzzwords of today’s conservation science
Our tigers, their tigers
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Experts call for people-oriented conservation
The total preservation policy has alienated people living in and around national parks and caused much harm to the forests. Experts say effective …
Conservation at what cost?
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"Future of local population rests on tiger-related tourism"
Jim Knight, UK's minister for biodiversity, landscape and rural affairs, responds to Kushal Pal Singh Yadav's queries on the British government's …
Tiger farming controversy must not be framed in moral terms
Tiger that ate snakes
A credit-unworthy government put paid to eco-development
Rethink growth with forest capital