unique protest: In a potent symbolic gesture equating a dangerous pesticide with the atom bomb, a Quit India Endosulfan march was organised in Kerala on August 6

Last fortnight, Down To Earth reported on the 'endosulfan scam'. On how an "expert" group, set up by the government to review safety concerns related to the pesticide and the health impacts on people living in the shadow of 20 years of incessant aerial spraying, had given the matter short shrift.

Environmentalists and inhabitants of Padre village have finally tasted success. The Kerala High Court has banned the use of endosulfan

IN GOD'S OWN COUNTRY Directed by Rajani Mani and Nina Subramani . Produced by Elephant Corridor . English . 28 mins . 2002 Kasaragod, a district in north

Call it paranoia or plain silliness. But it is amazing. The Centre for Science and Environment cse has been studying gas pricing in the country to assess how environmentally acceptable fuels can be

Pesticides pollution threatens the aquatic life of the Ganges, especially the Gangetic dolphins

Endosulfan aerial spraying banned in Kasaragod