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This Class VIII girl’s science project resulted in large-scale water conservation efforts. Here’s how

Through her project, Shreesha, a student of the Kodagarahalli Suntikoppa Nadu Government High School, brought the neglect and the pollution faced by a local stream to the fore

Published on 1st January 2024

UoH, Dharmavana Nature Ark to enhance research on conservation, sustainability of biodiversity

The MoU aims for research collaboration with DNA on various aspects of research on ecology and biodiversity conservation

Published on 18th November 2023

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

Environment conservation to be included in school curriculum, says Kerala General Edu Minister

He was speaking at the inauguration of the World Environment Day programme jointly organised by The New Indian Express (TNIE) and Indian Oil Corporation (IOC)

Published on 6th June 2022

Throwing the kitchen sink at the problem: These GITAM students have developed a way to reuse water from the kitchen sink

The project titled Hydro Gravitricity project is being incubated at the Venture Development Centre and is being mentored by Atal Innovation Mission incubators and Denmark Technical University

Published on 29th April 2022

This Kerala doctoral student has won a prestigious grant for marine conservation and sustainable fishing.

The project outcomes will have beneficial applications for the Kerala deep-water shrimp fishery, which was awarded £44,310 in 2021 from the MSC Transition Assistance Fund

Published on 21st April 2022

What The FAQ: Why was there a need for amendments in the Wildlife Protection Act?

The Ministry says that the Bill will help India meet the provisions of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora


Published on 20th December 2021

Zoo Authority of Karnataka to launch a pilot programme on wildlife conservation for school kids

As part of this initiative, government school children who are studying in class 5 and above will be invited to a zoo where they will be taught on wildlife conservation and other issues 

Published on 8th December 2021

This app by IISc alums can help you quiz yourself on how well you know bird, insect and frog sounds 

The app, What's That Call, is available on the Google Playstore. But how does it work and how did it come to be? That is the question


Published on 22nd November 2021

This 31-year-old's bleeding heart beats for conservation of turtles, tortoises and crocodiles. Here's why she does what she does

Arunima Singh is currently pursuing her PhD in Turtle Ecology Integral University, Lucknow, and is a part of many conservation programmes 

Published on 13th November 2021

Energy conservation research is 'heating up' at JNCASR's lab, thanks to Prof Kanishka and his team

Prof Kanishka Biswas was recently felicitated with the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award for his research in thermoelectricity and its positive impact on the environment

Published on 5th October 2021

Punjab's Virasat-e-Khalsa bags state energy conservation award for the third year in a row

Showering praise on the museum, the tourism minister said the it has set new benchmarks for other museums, monuments and government or official buildings to emulate

Published on 1st July 2021

Krithi Karanth becomes first Asian woman to win WILD Innovators Award for her work in understanding human-animal conflict

Krithi Karanth, Chief Conservation Scientist at Centre for Wildlife Studies, and recent winner of the WILD Innovators Award talks about her one true love

Published on 23rd June 2021

In the quest to become conservationists, these civil engg students toured historic marvels of Sec'bad

Secunderabad celebrates 215 years this year and to mark the occasion, the students of Matrusri Engineering College visited ten sites of historical importance to observe and reflect on their condition

Published on 23rd June 2021

These youngsters toiled away in an Odisha village to save the endangered smooth-coated otters, just in time for World Otter Day

They have a diamond-shaped nose, an elongated body and their tail is flattened, this is how you would identify a smooth-coated otter, a species that these youngsters researched a lot on. Read on...

Published on 25th May 2021

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