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Taking the central government by the collar. Environment Studies to be mandatory in schools

The Supreme Court pulled up the central government for not making Environmental Science a mandatory subject 

Published on 28th February 2017
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Green Days: This teacher from Kozhikode has transformed his school compound to a green hub

Ranjith Raj loved his job and the eco-club so much that he continued to work there unpaid till he got his orders from the government. Read to know more!

Published on 27th May 2017
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Green Man: This banker from Tamil Nadu has planted over 50 lakh trees across the country and he's just getting started

Environmentalist and activist Abdul Ghani organises workshops for students encouraging them to plant trees. In the last ten years, he has roped in more than 70 lakh students to help the cause

Published on 2nd October 2017
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Tribespeople, ecosystem to be supported and protected by the Forest Department's new Ecosystem Management Fund

It will also aim to address local issues like man-animal conflict as well as provide better infrastructure to local tribal communities

Published on 25th September 2017
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Help a feathered friend weather that rainstorm by adhering to these very basic guidelines 

A wildlife expert from PFA tell Express how to rescue feathered victims during the rains, and busts some bird myths while she's at it

Published on 25th September 2017
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Noisy tourists make their way to Bandipur and Nagarhole for holidays, forget their rule books at home 

Nagarhole, Bandipur Tiger Reserves and Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary are feeling the pressure with a rise in tourists and a fall in their respect for other living thing

Published on 1st October 2017
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This travel company is saving Kerala's River Nila, one beautiful painting at a time 

The Blue Yonder has come up with a year-old project where the travellers will document everything that makes the river so crucial to their culture

Published on 30th September 2017
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Camping in the greens and removing the greys, this camp takes kids closer to nature. No filters attached

Geethu Mohandas' camp not only gives kids an in-depth understanding of nature and harmful effects of mankind on it but also teaches them to balance sustainability and creates awareness 

Published on 17th October 2017
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Breaking barriers: Tribal woman becomes nature's saviour, joins hands with her community to save few trees for the future

Jamuna Tudu, On her journey in saving the mother nature had succeeded and now with 150 committees  comprising more than 6,000 members in her movement to save the forests, she is doing more

Published on 6th November 2017
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These 5 life-altering experiences at Kerala's Sarang Alternative School will make you fall in love with nature again. What are you waiting for?

From growing your own food to helping you put a roof over your head, this school in the hills will help you rediscover your love for the great outdoors and respect Mother Nature again  

Published on 13th November 2017
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Hello Dilli-wale parents: Here are five things that you should ensure to help your kids survive the smog

Fighting the 'Air crisis'? Check out some quick measures to tackle the Great Delhi smog

Published on 13th November 2017
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The scrap collector: This Kashmiri dropout is the saviour of Srinagar's polluted lakes

Bilal was also made the ambassador of Srinagar Municipal Corporation and tasked with bringing attention and awareness to the city's spoiling lakes, including the Dal lake

Published on 16th December 2017
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Here is why you should create an unmitigated environment for your teenager's brain development

London based researcher Sabine Peters' study shows why children between 10 and 19 can easily grasp and retain new information for a longer time

Published on 23rd December 2017
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Why you have to watch Nila Madhab Panda's climate change film Kadvi Hawa ASAP  

Director Nila Madhab Panda has been helping us swallow the bitter pill of environmental calamities through his films. With his latest, Kadvi Hawa, he is at it again

 

Published on 29th December 2017
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Environment ministry only gives out approvals, no sign of due process: Jairam Ramesh

Jairam Ramesh says that the current government talks a lot about environment conservation but all of their actions go against their rhetoric

Published on 30th January 2018

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