By Naturenomics Team on February 04, 2017
The distinctive richness of the Eastern Himalayas can be attributed to its colorful biodiversity, numerous niche ecosystems, and vibrant communities. Understanding the dynamics, structure, and functioning of these systems adds an enormous complexity to not only their conservation and restoration, but also in engaging stakeholders and finding innovative long-term solutions.
By drupbfadm on May 22, 2018
Located in the forests of the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark, the Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ School is ‘dedicated to inspiring the Eastern Himalayan community and promote the culture of interdependence’. Through the principles of Naturenomics™, Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ School engages people of all ages and cultures and ‘sensitises them to nature through practical activities’.
By Naturenomics Team on June 09, 2017
World Environment Day is celebrated globally on June 5th of every year to inspire people around the globe to become aware about the environment and learn more about ways they can help to ensure the safe future of our planet. Balipara Foundation also celebrated this day by doing activities like plantation drive and saplings donation. The day first started with saplings donation among the locals at the centre of Balipara.
By Naturenomics Team on March 29, 2017
Dr. Peter Hamilton Raven, Missouri Botanical Garden, is one of the greatest botanists and environmentalists of our time. Dr. Raven through his teachings has sensitized our understanding of the impact on life on Earth influenced by population, affluence and technology. He guides us through tracing history and civilization, development of cities and languages, the beginning of agriculture, 12000 years ago leading to storage of food and battles over it, globalization and fossil fuels impact on climate and by shifting focus from consuming everything around us to preserving and protecting our natural assets for a sustainable future.
By Naturenomics Team on January 04, 2017
Young Ecologists Talk and Interact, YETI is a unique gathering of ecology students organised entirely by students (
By Naturenomics Team on December 19, 2016
The North Eastern (NE) region of the India is a biodiversity hotspot and represents one of the highest avian biodiversity of the Indian subcontinent. The region is ecologically represented by the Eastern Himalayan biome and is rich in a number of endemic flora and fauna. Several avian species inhabiting this unique ecosystem are not found or reported anywhere else in the world.
By Naturenomics Team on December 13, 2016
Realising the importance of natural resource management, Mr. Robin Naiding have encouraged and sensitised the village community of Bagadima comprising 42 households in Assam to create less pressure on forest cover and make the best use of land and its resources in a sustainable manner. He have promoted horticulture crops such as litchi, mango, banana, and parkia in his village with organic management of soil fertility and used cover crops to reduce weed growth and soil erosion. Under the leadership of Mr.
By Naturenomics Team on December 09, 2016
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, hunting of wild animals is culturally acceptable and carried out for harvesting meat, recreation, tradition and empowerment of rural communities. Culling is also carried out in response to human-wildlife conflict, despite lack of evidence of its efficacy.