The U.N. Climate Summit in New York could extract no binding promises, especially from the rich countries, regarding emission reduction. By LYLA BAVADAM
The key recommendations mentioned in the final statement of the conference on “Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Equity and...
India must engage with as many countries as possible to evolve a common strategy for advancing the idea of equity, as a legally binding instrument is likely to be the outcome of COP-2015. By R. RAMACHANDRAN
Johannes Fritz and his team teach the northern bald ibis to migrate, in a bid to reintroduce the birds as a migratory species in Europe. Text by G. SHAHEED. Photographs by THE WALDRAPP TEAM
If it is true that the sambar population in India is declining because of habitat degradation and increased poaching, it is bad news for the country’s conservation efforts in general. By A.J.T. JOHNSINGH
Poaching, illegal trade in bears for their body parts, and human-bear conflicts pose a great threat to the sloth bear species, which is endemic to the Indian subcontinent. By G. SHAHEED