By Naturenomics Team on February 08, 2019
EHNF 2018 Rural Futures: Press Conference with Vandana Shiva and Diana Owen
By Naturenomics Team on November 20, 2018
By Naturenomics Team on November 16, 2018
Date: 31st October & 1st November 2018
Venue: Hotel Lily
By Naturenomics Team on October 31, 2018
Through the perspective of Ecofeminism, the 6 th edition of the Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum 2018, on 1st and 2nd November 2018 at The Lily Hotel, Guwahati, Assam, India, will put forth the idea that life in nature is maintained through co-operation, mutual care and love...
By Naturenomics Team on July 28, 2017
Shillong, July 27: India and Bangladesh today decided to constitute a joint working group to evolve standard-operating procedures to facilitate smooth migration of elephants along the border between the two countries and reduce man-animal conflict.
The forest and environment ministry officials from the two countries have decided this during the second Indo-Bangladesh Dialogue on Trans-Boundary Elephant Conservation here today.
By Naturenomics Team on September 27, 2016
The Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum 2016 (EHNF ‘16) is the evolutionary outcome spanning three years, covering three editions of the Balipara Foundation Environmental Awards (2013-14-15) and two editions of the ‘Asian Elephant in the Wild’ Conferences (2014-15). Over the last three years, our events have primarily focused on Asian Elephants attracting participation from 30+ Countries and 50+ Organizations including Governments, NGOs, Corporates, Civil Societies, Universities and others.
By Naturenomics Team on August 27, 2016
Guwahati, Aug 11 () Forty-nine rhinos have died since May in Assam and horns of only 19 were recovered by the Forest Department, the Assembly was informed today.
Replying to a written query by BPF MLA Majendra Narzary, state Forest Minister Pramila Rani Brahma said 49 rhinos have lost their lives since the new BJP-led government took charge in May this year.
Out of this, poachers killed five rhinos in Kaziranga National Park and one in Orang National Park in little over two months, she said.
By Naturenomics Team on June 15, 2016
Three decades of untiring and painstaking efforts of studying mammals has finally borne fruit. Wildlife conservationist Anwaruddin Choudhury has come out with a first-of-its-kind comprehensive book about mammals of India.
The book, Mammals of India, published by Balipara Foundation and released here today, is a major definitive work on the mammals of the country, where all the species have been mapped in colour with exhaustive details. The book has listed 430 species of mammals in the country.