Just when scientists were busy tracking bird and butterfly migration in the state, new winged visitors have begun to swarm the skies of Coimbatore — dragonflies.

Nearly two-thirds of the India’s terrestrial ecosystems is not resilient to drought.

Even though the land bearing survey number 51 of Shivapura in Tarikere taluk is a deemed forest, the deputy conservator of forests (DCF) has issued No Objection Certificate for minors, to carry out

Udhagamandalam: A draft policy on natural resource management was submitted to the United Planters' Association of Southern India (UPASI) during their 124th annual conference in Coonoor on Wednesda

PORVORIM: Chief minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday termed Karnataka's Kalsa-Bhandura river diversion project an 'ecological bomb'.

SI Synod supports Gadgil panel report for protecting the Western Ghats

Tunga dam reaches full reservoir level

A flood-like situation prevails in some parts of the state as rains continued on Thursday.

Come August, the Karnataka Eco-Tourism Development Board (KEDB) will throw open 10 eco-trails for tourists.

The line, announced 20 years ago, cuts through dense forests of the Western Ghats

Event held to commemorate 30 years of Save Western Ghats March