Right in time for World Tiger Day on July 29, chief minister Manohar Parrikar confirmed the presence of India’s national animal in the jungles of the state.

NEW DELHI: A scientific study commissioned by the government to assess the impact of climate change has projected reduction in crop yields for irrigated maize, wheat and rain-fed rice, Rajya Sabha

The endangered wild goat could lose approximately 60% of its habitat, starting from the 2030s

The Kerala Government has submitted to the Centre its revised recommendations on demarcation of 'ecologically sensitive areas' (ESAs) in the Western Ghats in the state, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vija

Urban migration among the youth and erosion of ties to nature have led to a decline in awareness about preserving the sacred groves

Chennai: Tamil Nadu’s green power generation has increased with a high contribution of hydro power in the last two days.

MANGALURU: Results of a scientific study in India to evaluate the environmental impact of small hydropower projects (SPH) showed that SHPs, despite being touted as a clean energy option, are not wi

The global epidemiological trends of many viral diseases clearly indicate resurgence of some hitherto quiescent yet virulent pathogens and emergence of new strains that pose a challenge to medical

At Biodiversity Day celebrations, Governor appeals to citizens to be responsible

Kolhapur: The Shivaji University, Kolhapur might soon host a biodiversity centre, as a proposal to start the same is under consideration, A D Jadhav, assistant professor at the department of zoolog

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