Unique to the Himalayan region, Barahnaja is a traditional cultivation that involves the sowing of 12 grains in rainfed fields. They can adapt to droughts and their residues serve as cattle fodder, but with an increased capacity to reduce nitrogen ...

For women of the village, the revival of water bodies improved groundwater recharge, making their lives much easier in the process. ...

Dr Manzoor Ali Abro, head of the Department of Plant Pathology at the Sindh Agriculture University (SAU) in Tandojam explained that this year’s heat waves lowered production of mango crops. ...

In the last 20 years, Newadkar has created a generation of local citizens that are environmentally sensitive and are actively involved in the conservation process. Newadkar says that every villager has become a stakeholder in conservation efforts. ...

While floods ravaged most of the city and destroyed people’s homes, Pawar recalls being surprised that his fishing village, Bhandup, a primarily Indigenous suburb, escaped the worst. Mangrove forests surround the village and cushion it from floods. ...

Although government led transplantation failed because of unscientific methods, this citizen led initiative proved them wrong. ...

Vanmau Bhatmo, an unprotected forest located in the north Indian town of Dewa in the state of Uttar Pradesh, has been subjected to illegal logging for as long as the locals can remember. However, for the past decade, the impacts have become ...

One of the highlights of this year’s U.N. Climate Change Conference, COP26, has been that over 40 countries pledged to phase out coal from the power sector. However, beyond power generation, some of the most heavy-polluting, fossil fuel-reliant industries are ...

what transpired in the two weeks of negotiations regarding climate adaptation finance, and what are the key issues that the global community still did not reach a consensus on? ...

Just before world leaders began negotiations at COP26, Break Free From Plastic (BFFP) launched its 2020 brand audit report. Through their citizen science documentation engaging over 55 countries, they recognised the top four global plastic polluters—the Coca Cola Company, Pepsico, ...