Kannur: In the backdrop of the recurring incidents of the carcasses of dolphins and turtles getting washed ashore in different places in the state, a special team from Central Pollution Control Boa

KANNUR: Lateritic landscapes, wasteland which are rich in biodiversity and indiscriminate mining could lead to destruction of the unique eco system of these areas, says a study conducted by the sci

Chief minister Oommen Chandy has announced that the state government would start a housing project for the endosulfan affected people in Kasaragod district and also a rehabilitation village would b

Mangrove crusader and environmentalist Kallen Pokkudan is slowly giving a concrete shape to his long-cherished green dream a school to train the young generation about the importance of mangrove co

With the monsoon playing truant this year due to various factors, Kerala might face serious problems on the agriculture, environmental and health fronts, say experts.

When he decided to quit his well-paid IT job in Qatar last year and decided to do something on his own, Iritty native Aneesh R K had no idea as to what should be his future course of action.

Environmentalists Back Gadgil Committee Report On Western Ghats Conservation

Kannur: At a time when the Centre has conceded to Kerala’s demands on Western Ghats by withdrawing its inprinciple acceptance of the Kasturirangan committee report, many environmentalists are harping on implementing the suggestions of the Madhav Gadgil committee report for its conservation.

The legislative council for the welfare of the women and children will strongly recommend the government to implement the financial aid recommended by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to