THE nonchalance of salt manufacturers as well as the government is causing destruction to the wild ass sanctuary in the Little Rann of Kutch in Gujarat. The Kutch is also home to the

INDIA'S record of protecting its wildlife species is none too bright, says a report prepared by a committee appointed by the Delhi High Court and headed by inspector genera I of forests, M F

The Bangladesh ministry of environment and forests has decided to grant licence to parties interested in setting up private farms for breeding and rearing wildlife species. The recent decision

Maharashtra villagers and environmentalists see red as the Radhanagri Sanctuary becomes yet another victim of industrial onslaught

Though conservation policies have to some extent succeeded in stemming the environmental destruction being caused by rampant industrial and urban growth, in India, these efforts have also had the unintended consequence of creating enemies of the very people who have historically been the strongest conservationists.

A recent investigation into the Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary lends support to the boundary reduction exercise by the state government

Endangered species may just about find a safe haven in the Arabian desert. Regional governments in the oil-rich Gulf have poured in billions of dollars into the transformation of dry, dusty

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The Delhi administration's move to make the Asola and Bhatti sanctuaries exclusively protected areas ring alarm bells in the local villages

All's well that end well for the plump toddlers. France has finally decided to give up its 12-year effort to build a large Antarctic landing strip at the French base of Dumont d'Urville, on