12,000 Adivasis have been impacted by the Hindalco mining lease in Odisha. How could the law have come to their rescue?
A Conservation of Convenience: The Politics of Exclusionary Conservation Models in Rajaji National Park
This article is the final instalment of our three-part series on how exclusionary colonial conservation plays out in Uttarakhand’s Rajaji Tiger Reserve. Click here...
How does financial and administrative disengagement impact wildlife and conservation education and research at India's top institutes?
How have contesting parties waging the 2022 state assembly elections in Punjab, Goa, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Manipur been talking ‘green’?
A Conservation of Convenience: State Apathy Towards Van Gujjars and Forest Rights in Uttarakhand’s...
What are the impacts of colonial conservation models on the Van Gujjars, a Muslim pastoral community historically living across Rajaji Tiger Reserve?
A Conservation of Convenience: The Tussle Between the Developmental State and Wildlife at Uttarakhand’s...
The Rajaji Tiger Reserve has emerged as a battleground between the State’s developmental aspirations and the conservation of a critical ecological habitat.
First Lions and Now Cheetahs: Kuno-Palpur National Park’s Communities Prepare to Relocate For Conservation
Non-implementation of the Forest Rights Act, 2006 weighs heavily on Kuno-Palpur, leaving Adivasis with few options other than relocating for conservation.
As ‘encroachers’ are evicted to ‘beautify’ the riverbank under different development initiatives, ultimately, the Yamuna remains as polluted as ever.
In the age of the Anthropocene, can the world’s rapid biodiversity losses be mitigated by shifting to a non-anthropogenic legal paradigm?
To what extent does the Dam Safety Bill, 2019 prevent damages to dams that can turn into disasters?