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Here's why everyone must listen to the 'Bhoorameya Bisiyusiru' radio show on climate change airing every Sunday

Sumangala S Mummigatti, Programme Executive of Bhoorameya Bisiyusiru talks about a show on climate change and global warming that airs in 19 languages across India and what goes into producing it

Published on 20th July 2019
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Science students must not limit themselves to just Medicine and Engineering: Professor Dan Yakir

Prof Dan Yakir tells us why Science students need to take up a research topic like Earth, climate change and global warming.

Published on 20th July 2019
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Jungle stories: How conservationist Ajay Giri is educating locals in and around Agumbe region about King Cobras and why they should be preserved  

The Karnataka-based conservationist and researcher has been studying King Cobras for years now and aims to protect the biodiversity at Agumbe Rainforest Research Station

Published on 11th June 2019
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This eco-friendly school in Coorg will educate underprivileged children for free. Here's how

Morning Glory is a specially designed school, created with the desire to maintain and preserve the natural habitat of the surrounding

Published on 12th July 2019
Green Rally - Swadesi Bikers

Meet Coimbatore's Swadesi Bikers, who plant trees every time they take a road trip

The founder of ‘Swadesi Bikers’, Gowri Shankar, plants a tree for every ride he takes

Published on 10th July 2019
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Do you know which is the oldest tree in India? Ask these two tree hunters!

Seema Mundoli and Harini Nagendra talk about what went into their book Cities and Canopies: Trees in Indian Cities and why everyone must read it

Published on 3rd July 2019
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Battle for the hill: Meet the men who helped the tribals win back Bengal's Ayodhya Hills

Sourav and Suman spoke to the tribals and helped three of them, who were directly affected, to file a writ petition at the Calcutta High Court on January 16, 2019

Published on 3rd July 2019
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This Bengaluru couple is helping us go plastic-free one pencil at a time. Here's how

Akshata Bhadranna took to being eco-friendly when she and her husband shifted back to India from Indonesia. She shares her journey of starting a paper pencil manufacturing unit

Published on 3rd July 2019
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At this Kovai NGO's event, you can make your own seed balls and watch them grow to trees

Conducted by Ver Organization, the event starts at 8am at CSI Bishop Appasamy College of Education, Coimbatore

Published on 3rd July 2019
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This travelling flea market from Kerala is going green for its second edition

The founders of All Things Bright speak about setting up their dream business and their hope to take it all across the country

Published on 3rd July 2019
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How this Kerala company is using farms and sustainable techniques to make adventure sports cooler

Have your vacations been a little low-key recently? We speak to the founder of Plunge Adventures about why their authentic adventure tourism and the experiences that come with it are totally

Published on 3rd July 2019
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These Karnataka schoolkids are on a mission to make the hills greener by planting 50,000 seed balls on the slopes

The Forest department provided seeds of tamarind, neem, soapnut and other rain-bearing trees

Published on 24th June 2019
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In the dry grasslands of AP's Anantapur, conservation biologist Siddharth Rao is on a mission to revive forgotten ecosystems

Trying to restore ecosystems without respecting its uniqueness is the greatest threat to the environment right now, believes Rao 

Published on 20th June 2019
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This Odisha lad has rescued over 6,000 snakes and 1,500 birds. This is his inspiring story

Whenever there is an animal that needs rescuing in Jeypore and thereabouts, Krishna Keshaba Sadangi receives a call and he jumps into action

Published on 11th June 2019
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Aditya Madhav is unearthing any kind of data that will help organisations do more for the environment. Here's how

Aditya Madhav's strength is research and his interest lies in History. For Madhav, the coming together of these two has brought in a sense of purpose in his life 

Published on 20th June 2019

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