How will vast regions of India, where highly unreliable rainfall makes the difference between famine and sustenance, cope with climate change? Over 85 per cent of the cultivated area in this country

When Sted Syiemlieh was a little boy, people in his mountain village, Tyrna, a few km from Cherrapunjee in Meghalaya, could predict when the skies would open up. "It was always at the same time,' the

Less rain is bad news for small farmers, not the economy

Uttaranchal's drought declaration

Or the forecasting system?

Good for a change A common pollutant strongly impacts the behaviour of arsenic and possibly other toxic metals in some lakes, shows a research conducted by us-based Massachusetts

It s a voyage of discovery as biologists travel to the unexplored stretches of the rainforest canopy, learning more about this green ocean

Concerted efforts have been launched to promote traditional water harvesting systems in the desert area of Kutch in Gujarat. Abdasa Development Forum, Saurashtra Trust, Kutch Mahila Vikas Sanga-than,

The natives of Banni in Gujarat have developed a unique rainwater From highly technique from highly saline ground water

Scientists are exploiting the pitter-patter of rain to measure rainfall over oceans, till now an impossible task. Under a US Navy-sponsored research project, scientists are using underwater