“Role of Finance, with a special focus on Microfinance, in Enhancing Clean Energy Access” assesses the current status of energy access in the country, including the role of renewable energy and existing clean energy finance models and to understand the role of finance in enhancing access to clean energy.

This booklet attempts to demystify renewable energy based technologies, and brings it a step closer to the general masses from a practical perspective.

WWF-India conducted a Renewable Energy Survey to understand people’s perception on renewable energy and determine the level of acceptability among Indian citizens of the use of renewable energy sources.The People’s Perception Study showed that nearly 55% people surveyed haven’t used any renewable energy applications but more than 95% of them are

The population of tiger (Panthera tigris) in India has undergone a sharp decline over the past few years. In order to provide them a safe path between two tiger reserves, it’s critical that potential habitat be identified, and that needs of tigers be incorporated in development plans of the region.

Dudhwa National Park, located in Uttar Pradesh, became the first park in India to see the relocation of several Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis Linnaeus 1758) in 1984. Nine rhinos were brought in from Assam and Nepal and released in an electrified fence over two years.

This report presents information on the ecology and status of tigers and wild ungulates in a portion of the Terai Arc Landscape that lies between the town of Pilibhit in Uttar Pradesh and Suhelwa WLS in Balrampur District of Uttar Pradesh, referred to as the Central Terai Landscape.

The potential of renewable energy is not only limited to electricity generation, but also for a variety of applications (heating, cooling, mechanical and cooking) spanning across several sectors (residential, commercial and industrial).

The Kosi River corridor is situated in the Nainital and Almora districts of Uttarakhand and connects the Corbett Tiger Reserve with the forests of Ramnagar Forest Division. This corridor serves as a vital link between the source population of tigers in Corbett and the adjoining forest areas and enables them to move across.

The Kanha-Pench complex harbours around 120 tigers along with several important floral and faunal assemblages. The landscape also supports diverse
land use, forest protection regimes and traditional forest dwelling tribal communities.

This new report released on March 26, 2014 provides results of a tiger monitoring study undertaken jointly by the Kerala Forest Department and WWF-India.