Co-authored by Pratheek Rebello and Pratik Purswani Do you know that every year, you end up spending more than you earn? In fact, on the 1st...
If we know when and where forest fires are likely to occur in India, then why is managing them such a challenge for communities and the Forest Department?
Colonial forestry in Uttarakhand excludes forest dwellers like the Van Gujjars from forest management, making them doubly vulnerable to raging forest fires.
With more cyclones brewing over the Arabian Sea, states on India's west coast should revisit the role of mangroves in cyclone mitigation measures.
How can the next generation of lawyers use the knowledge and skills available to them to further effective action against climate change?
While relief measures dominate India’s flooding disasters, mitigating their effects before they occur usually takes a back seat. Why is this the case?