The Day of the Vulture

Lhendup G Bhutia

A veterinary drug and a breeding programme are raising hopes for a revival of the endangered scavenger

Ecological Swaraj

Restoring health and beauty to our relationship with the natural world

The Nuisance of Bird Photographers

A study of Karnataka’s Hesaraghatta Lake shows how bird photographers are messing up the ecology of the region

The Thing About Trendy Green

10 popular panaceas that promise to revive our ecologically bankrupt planet. But can they ever deliver?

God’s Own Feminists

The bizarre world of ants and why a handful choose to study it

Green Entrepreneurs

If you need convincing that going green can spin money as well, it’s here. A good look at ecological enterprise in India.

Its Exalted Dryness

Pushkar’s holy lake is dry. As the religious and secular alike are beset by a rising sense of panic, we get to the bottom of the crisis.

Carbon Footprints

India ranks a lowly 133 on the elite list of carbon footprinters

Green House Effect

If architectural trends reflect the consciousness of the times, we’re entering an era of heightened ecological sensitivity

The Ganga’s Last Trickle

The Holy River is in its terminal phase as public apathy and gross ecological violations squeeze its future. This is not alarmism. It may die sooner than you think


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