Hornbills Create Orchards in Arunachal's Tropical Forests

Hornbills are the farmers of the forest as they farm their own food-rich patches through their seed dispersal.

By Outlook Planet Desk 28/10/2021

Biodiversity COP From Monday, Ambiguity About India's Targets Achieved

The LIFE analysis found out that between January to June 2021, the Standing Committee approved 1,385.34 ha land diversion, where 302.89 ha was from protected areas and 780.24 ha was from tiger habitats.

By Outlook Planet Desk 12/10/2021

Asiatic Wild Dogs In The Matrix To Guide Conservation Efforts

A new study provides the first countrywide assessment of Asiatic wild dog habitat connectivity patterns and identifies key conservation landscapes in India

By Outlook Planet Desk 10/10/2021

India Joins High Ambition Coalition (HAC) For Nature And People

HAC aims to promote an international agreement to protect at least 30 per cent of world's land and ocean by 2030.

By Outlook Planet Desk 08/10/2021

India Extends Support For Protecting The Antarctic Environment

India's decision to consider extending support and co-sponsoring the Marine Protected Area proposals is driven by conservation and sustainable utilization principles adhering to the UN SDG framework

By Outlook Planet Desk 01/10/2021

Of Conflict, Compensation And Coexistence : Living With Elephants In Bengal

How community dynamics and religious beliefs influence efficacy of a wildlife compensation programme.

By Outlook Planet Desk 30/09/2021

Environment Ministry Not An Obstacle But An Enabler, A Solution Towards Sustainable Growth And Development: Bhupender Yadav

The Union Minister at the launch of “Jumbos on the Edge: The Future of Elephant Conservation in India” emphasized on people’s awareness and participation as a crucial step in conserving flora and fauna of the country

By Outlook Planet Desk 30/09/2021

ZSI and NHM Join Hands For Long Term Scientific Documentation And Conservation Of Faunal Diversity

MoU between the two institutions is expected to bring together taxonomists, conservation biologists, biodiversity managers, policy makers and other stakeholders of both countries for discussing and identifying gap areas.

By Outlook Planet Desk 25/09/2021

CHGS Measures By Dudhwa Tiger Reserve Helps It To Earn Carbon Credit Certificates

The DTCF with the active support of the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and the Energy and Resources Institute (ERI) would encash the carbon credit certificates in the “carbon bazaar”.

By Outlook Planet Desk 24/09/2021

Blue Flags For Two More Indian Beaches

India now has 10 International Blue Flag certification beaches with the addition of Kovalam & Eden

By Outlook Planet Desk 22/09/2021