The planet does not have the capacity to keep on satisfying the current rate of human demands on its resources, nor can it absorb the waste being generated. By LYLA BAVADAM.
The key recommendations mentioned in the final statement of the conference on “Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Equity and...
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
With the creation of two new sanctuaries, Maharashtra shows the way for a fresh approach to conservation. By LYLA BAVADAM
The Indian subcontinent can support around 3,700 tigers if there is a large track of quality habitat which has an abundance of prey and is free from poaching. By A.J.T. JOHNSINGH
The Goa government decides to renew 27 mining leases on the basis of a High Court order, but this contradicts the Supreme Court directive in April to governments to garner maximum returns in the commercial use of natural or national resources. By PAMELA D'MELLO
The houbara bustard is being hunted into extinction. Are we prepared to remain mute spectators to this slaughter or will we stand up for this elegant, exuberant bird? By LIEUTENANT GENERAL (RETD) BALJIT SINGH