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

One-Third Of The World’s Tree Species Are Threatened With Extinction - Here Are Five Of Them

More than 400 species have fewer than 50 individuals remaining in the wild, and 142 tree species are already extinct.

By Outlook Planet Desk 21/09/2021

India's Disappearing Grasslands

The grasslands are the most productive ecosystems, but they are the responsibility of none, they belong to all, neglected by all, controlled by none, and have no godfathers

By Ananda Banerjee 13/09/2021

IUCN Congress Closes With Call For A Post-pandemic Recovery Based On Nature

In Marseille more than 1,500 IUCN Members adopted 148 resolutions and recommendations plus a new leadership.

By Outlook Planet Desk 11/09/2021

Threats To Crop Wild Relatives Compromising Food Security And Livelihoods

A new study states that 35% of wild species are threatened with extinction, as wild habitats have been converted for human use.

By Outlook Planet Desk 08/09/2021

Indian Wolf Among World’s Most Endangered And Distinct Wolves

A new study indicates that Indian wolves could represent the most ancient surviving lineage of wolves

By Lauren Hennelly, 14/10/2021

Tuna Species Recovering Despite Growing Pressures On Marine Life - IUCN Red List

The IUCN Red List now includes 138,374 species of which 38,543 are threatened with extinction.

By Outlook Planet Desk 06/09/2021