On Front Line Of Climate Change As Maldives Fights Rising Seas

Severe effects of climate change had bleached the corals and denuded Maldives’ land mass. President Abdulla Yameen has shown immense fortitude in reclaiming its beaches and shores. This has rejuvenated hope and rekindled its pristine beauty. However, environmentalists are calling for a holistic view to be adapted in the course to this reclamation. Read More

Sacred groves of Kodagu: How faith is helping conserving Karnataka’s protected forests

Water for the Kaveri and bees for pollinating coffee plantations, the ecosystem services of 1,214 sacred groves of Kodagu is immense. Even though Kodagu groves are protected forests under the Indian Forest Act, they also face pressures similar to the other forest patches in other parts of the country. Read more

Worrying Picture of Biodiversity

The latest edition of the Living Planet report and an index based on it, prepared by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Zoological Society of London, have projected a very worrying picture of biodiversity, especially animal life, in the near future. It says the world is losing its biodiversity at an alarming rate and very soon there will be irreparable loss of a good part of life on earth.