Nepal s forest bureaucracy prepares for the funeral of the much hailed community forest management programme

Water warriors from across India shared their experiences in harvesting water at a conference, which aimed to Make Water Everybody s Business

The Aquaculture Authority Bill makes a mockery of the Supreme Court ruling on aquaculture firms

A quarter of a century ago, a jeep driver decided it was time to make a change. Ralegan Siddhi, made into a model village by Anna Hazare, faces challenges of a different kind today

The Andhra Pradesh government is giving forests that sustain tribal communities to the Reliance group of industries for plantations. That, too, with the help of joint forest management institutions. The reason may be more than fund crunch

The sandalwood forests are gone. Now an ageing Veerappan looks for greener pastures

The human cost of the cyclone in Orissa is very high. So is the cost of the damage to the environment. The failure of the state machinery in handling this crisis is only going to make matters worse. At present, chaos reigns supreme in the affected areas

Catch rain where it falls. No one knew it better than the people living in Mandu, a hill fort town in Madhya Pradesh, 1,400 years ago

With elections round the corner, the Delhi government has gone back on its decision to phase out 15 year old commercial vehicles

With the dismantling of the Union Carbide factory responsible for the Bhopal gas leak, vital evidence in the case, which reveals the company s callousness, will disappear