Prof. Raman Sukumar, Elephant Talk 2015

Recommended conversion of areas in tea gardens into forest plantations which will provide passage to elephants, besides promoting tourism.

Om Prakash Pandey, Elephant Talk 2015

Community participation and acceptance is critical for success in conservation.

Jumbo effort: A village in Assam shifts to make way for elephants

The villagers of Ram Terang exchanged gifts with the wild elephants of Assam this Christmas.

Creating Drivers for Asian Elephant Conservation

Asian Elephants in the Wild Conference, 2015 resolved to secure Trans-boundary Elephant Corridors & strengthen Cross-boundary relationships for the welfare of Asian Elephants.

Turned a barren land into a 1,360-Acre lush green forest

While for most of us, maintaining a small home garden is a herculean task, this man here single-handedly planted and nurtured a whole forest.

Balipara Foundation Awards - 2013

The Balipara Foundation, has been documenting, analyzing and promoting the concept of Naturenomics for over a decade now. It is time that the public at large too is made aware of the connections upon which their own quality of life and security depends. We believe strongly that people who have devoted their lives to the defense of our natural treasures should be honored. That has been the chief motivation in instituting the Balipara Foundation Awards.

Biodiversity Conference

Balipara Foundation is a trust working towards nature conservation and sustainable development of the community. As a part of our mission, we are organizing a national level Biodiversity and Social Security Consultation titled "An Earthy Vision". The theme of this consultation is "Optimizing Biodiversity and Social Security in Indian Mining Areas".

Indo - Myan Biodiversity Park

The Proposed Park is located within the Eastern Himalayas Biodiversity Hotspot and covers an area of 35664.66 km2. India & Myanmar share a 1643 km border. Out of the 11 Forest Areas that the Park will connect, 2 are located in India and 9 in Myanmar. The Indian part of the border contributes 5.91% or 1991.42 km2 whereas Myanmar contributes 94.09% or 33673.24 km2 to the Biodiversity Park. All 11 forest reserves are located in an almost straight North-South line with the Khakaborazi National Park at the Northern end and the Mount Victoria National Park at the Southern end.


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