The Wayanad wildlife sanctuary, the second largest in the state and part of one of the most important tiger landscapes, is facing a `Latin American' invasion these days.

The decline in organic farming in the state is a concern, said Manoj Kumar Menon, executive director of Bangalore-based International Competence Centre for Organic Agriculture (ICCOA), an organizat

The state's first rewilding experiment through voluntary relocation of people, who had inhabited wildlife sanctuaries, has come to fruition as the area is now teeming with wild animals.

With the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report identifying coastal countries as among those likely to be most affected by climate change, Kerala's low-lying coastal districts are

Area is a major biodiversity hotspot

India’s tiger reserves have been witness to devastating forest fires many of which have been triggered by the timber lobby mafia.

A 2010 survey conducted by the Scheduled Tribes Development Department had found that nearly half of the total deaths in the ST communities over the previous five years were premature or unnatural.

The existing measure to mitigate man-animal conflict in the forest-fringed district of Wayanad have failed miserably, said a report by greens and wildlife scientists.

The Union ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) has virtually abandoned hundreds of families who had voluntarily offered to relinquish their ancestral land situated inside the Wayanad Wildlife

Basic Facilities Have Been Denied To 100-Odd Families In Wayanad's Chettiyalathur Village

Kozhikode: For the residents of Chettiyalathur village in Wayanad, voting has remained a valuable right even if they have not received anything much in return over six decades since independence.