the g b Pant Institute for Himalayan Biodiversity and Development at Kosi-Katarmal, near Almora, Uttaranchal, had recently organised a three-day national workshop to define a action plan for

the various ways to involve farmers in the conservation and development of livestock were discussed recently during two meetings organised at Udaipur and Sadari village of Pali district,

Gal pagos, an archipelago straddling the equator 1,000 km west of Ecuador, is probably the world s best known biodiversity zone. But alien species and invasive plants are threatening its unique ecosystem

Environment ministers from 42 countries have decided to evolve new strategies and appro

civil society in India associates the World Bank with economic growth infrastructure, and fiscal stabilisation. This book to some extent confirms this perception. It argues that economic growth

The Haryana State Pollution Control Board (HSPCB) has drawn up a comprehensive environmental management plan for Panipat. The board, however, has compromised on its standards in the very beginning.

Australian scientists have developed a new technique to treat industrial and farm effluents

Bihar wetlands may be the only place in the world where makhana is grown on a commercial basis

An apathetic government, land hungry people, and fight for survival: it s the same story everywhere. Here are a few examples:

The Earth Charter has been launched officially at the Hague, the Netherlands. Through this charter, its organisers are hoping to achieve their goal of reaching an International Covenant on