The wildlife expert committee constituted by the Kerala government to study animal behaviour and gather scientific data on use of roadside space by animals has not been able to commence its works w

Kochi: The Western Ghats people’s forum will stage an agitation in Thiruvananthapuram in the first week of December to press its demand that residential areas, farm lands and estates should be excl

Under pressure to implement the recommendations of the Madhav Gadgil and Kasturirangan panels on Western Ghats preservation, Kerala Government has decided to form an experts’ committee to prepare t

The decision of the Ministry of Environment and Forest to declare 60,000 sq km of the Western Ghats, which covers 44 districts in six states, as ecologically sensitive area, has evoked protest from

At a time when farmers across the state are increasingly abandoning paddy cultivation, a group of traditional paddy farmers and agriculture experts have teamed up to form the state’s first producer

As much as 388.3 sq. km of land in Idukki district, comprising 8.9 per cent of the total area, is highly susceptible to landslips while 873.7 sq.

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) - India, an NGO, has contributed its mite to initiatives aimed at strengthening conservation at the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary (WWS) by providing patrolling and wir

The United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) has chosen Palakkad as a high priority district,followedby Wayanad and Malappuram in the state, to implement its Call to Action plan to addresschild mort

The onset of monsoon has not helped in filling up Krishnaraj Sagar (KRS) reservoir, where the water level has dipped to lowest in the last 10 years.

The inflow has not increased due to scanty rainfall in the catchment areas, especially Waynad in Kerala and Kodagu in Karnataka. The water level in the reservoir, on Wednesday, stood at 62.92 feet with an inflow of 277 cusec and outflow of 764 cusec.

Wildlife Conservation Society Completes Survey Using Advanced Camera-Trap Method

The state is set to get an accurate count of tigers in Wayanad forests in a month. The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has completed the counting of the big cats with advanced camera trap studies.