World News

Stalking jaguar in Pantanal, Brazil. (Photo by Gautam Shah)
Dec 27, 2016 04:20pm

According to World Wildlife Fund, the rapid loss of wildlife species today is estimated to be up to 10,000 times higher than the natural extinction rate. We are watching them disappear on a daily basis. It is astounding.

Norway has a population of just 68 wolves and conservationists say most off the injuries to sheep are caused by roaming wolves from Swedish packs. Photograph: Roger Strandli Brendhagen
Dec 12, 2016 05:27pm

Conservation groups worldwide were astonished to hear of the recent,unprecedented decision to destroy 70% of the Norway’s tiny and endangered population of 68 wolves, the biggest cull for almost a century.But not everyone in...

Young orphaned orangutans on a climbing expedition with their keeper at International Animal Rescue’s orangutan school in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Credit Kemal Jufri for The New York Times
Dec 09, 2016 04:31pm

In early 2015, scientists monitoring satellite images at Global Forest Watch raised the alarm about the destruction of rain forests in Indonesia. Environmental groups raced to the scene in West Kalimantan...

Culling wild animals isn't part of the Indian ethos – we can do better to avoid conflict
Dec 09, 2016 03:49pm

Policy decisions in wildlife are rarely rooted in science and are often a result of political processes. In countries like Norway and North America, with their high quality and quantity of wildlife science,...

The man who knew winter was coming: environmentalist Bittu Sahgal and the journey of ‘Sanctuary Asia’
Dec 08, 2016 12:29pm

We are because of nature, nature isn’t because of us. We currently live with a false sense of superiority over it, as we desecrate ecosystems with merciless urbanisation and crooked production practices.

The Art of Beeing - California
The Art of Beeing - California
Apr 25, 2017 02:21pm

British artist Louis Masai travels across the USA in Autumn 2016 to begin his attempt to tackle species extinction through art.

DASHO PALJOR J. DORJI Recipient of Lifetime Achievement Awards, 2014 - Bhutan
Dec 15, 2016 12:51pm

Called as the Godfather of Conservation in Bhutan, Dasho Paljor J.

PEMA THINLEY Recipient of Special Forest Guard Awards, 2015 - Bhutan
Dec 14, 2016 01:45pm

Pema’s multifaceted contribution to conservation through his work as a Range Ocer in dierent beats in Bhutan has been proven to be invaluable.

Pages

Nature Video Highlight

Green School Bali - The world's greenest school
Green School Bali - The world's greenest school
Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics18™ Forum features on History TV
Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics18™ Forum features on History TV
The Story of All of Us
The Story of All of Us
Described as the "Hero for the Planet" by Time Magazine - Dr. Peter Raven inaugurates the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark
Described as the "Hero for the Planet" by Time Magazine - Dr. Peter Raven inaugurates the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark
Namami Brahmaputra
Namami Brahmaputra
Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 4
Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 4
Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 3
Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 3
Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 2
Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 2
Back to Top