September 26, 2014
Bharathan, the elephant, has learnt to outsmart humans. Ideas of ‘culture’ rather than Darwinian evolution help explain this confounding elephant behaviour »
Mumbai, June 22
The Do Right campaign leverages the power of the Internet to bring about social change
Mumbai, May 15
The recent destruction of tree branches in Bandra, a suburb in Mumbai, that housed a thriving group colony of water birds and resulted in the death of several young ones, has concerned wild...
Hyderabad, Apr 16
Of the 100-plus bird species identified in a global study as Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE), 15 of them are from India.
A recent study by experts at the Zoological...
Mumbai, March 3
The 91-year-old Bombay House, the headquarters of the $97 billion Tata Group, has become the country’s first heritage building to get the prestigious green rating from the Indian Green Building Co...
October 31, 2014
What is the connection between our lack of salad and cyclone damage? To what degree are animal-mediated pollination and climate change interlinked?
Chennai, Sep 19
A severely injured and now rehabilitated rare white crow in the zoo here is attracting good crowd.“The white crow had severe injuries including bites after infighting. It was rehabilitated...
May 16, 2014
A peek into the life and times of the Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis aka the purple frog, on the verge of extinction
May 9, 2014
Two bullets couldn’t stop him; environmentalist Ramesh Agrawal is one of this year’s ‘Green Nobel’ winners »
April 4, 2014
It is easy to assume that forest fires are destructive. But a closer examination proves that when managed properly they aren’t just beneficial, but essential »