Why have some Indian GI-tagged crops found international popularity, while others face competitive prices and the threat of reducing biodiversity?
This is part two of Out of the Woods, a two-part series that explores the implication of treating Mother Nature as a legal entity....
600 small-scale Muslim fishermen in Gujarat approached the High Court to seek euthanasia because of discrimination in accessing the Gosabara wetlands.
The voices of patients and caregivers ring loud and clear: worsening air quality in parts of the city is directly affecting the quality of life that our children can enjoy.
The Madras High Court declared 'Mother Nature' as a living entity. What are the implications of such a judgement?
Not only does space debris pose a threat to operating satellites that are vital for communication, security, and commerce, but it can also hurl into the Earth’s atmosphere, damaging lives and property. India is right in the mix of things, but how do we mitigate and manage our space junk?
The Making of Increasing Tiger Attacks in the Sundarbans: Common Forest Dependencies, No Compensation,...
In February 2022, West Bengal’s Forest Department entrusted the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) to look into the causes behind the surge in human-tiger conflict in the Sundarbans. The answer lies in the interplay between forest livelihoods, the pandemic, weak social security recourse post-attack, and the history of conservation in these mangroves.