Tag: Environment

Introduction to Environment Law: Module 2

Welcome to Module 2 of Introduction to Environment Law! Go Back to Module 1 | Go Foward to Module 3 In this module, you will understand...

Introduction to Environment Law: Module 1

What are the sources of Environment law? How are they categorized? How do these sources impact our understanding of the law? 

Tapping the Buzz of Bee-keeping in the Nilgiris

Updated on 20 July 2021 Any basic biology textbook will teach you that bees, being key crop pollinators, are crucial for a region’s biodiversity. Pollinators...

Losing Ground: Is the FRA Protecting Displaced Communities in Protected Areas?

Hosted by Aarathi Ganesan Edited by Nidhi Rejithlal The Forests Right Act, 2006 (FRA), was envisioned as a law that would recognise forest dweller's historical and...

Where Do Communities Go When Areas are ‘Protected’?

Narrated by Aarathi Ganesan Edited by Nidhi Rejithlal The number of national parks and reserves in India are increasing. Between 1987 and 2020, the numbers of...

The Ecological History of Delhi’s Ridge with Thomas Crowley: Part 2

Interviewed by Aarathi Ganesan; Edited by Nidhi Rejithlal. New Delhi's Ridge has born the brunt of mining, construction, and human encroachments for years. The result:...

The Ecological History of Delhi’s Ridge with Thomas Crowley

Interviewed by Aarathi Ganesan; Edited by Nidhi Rejithlal. There are history books written on pretty much everything in India--be it kings, kingdoms, cultures, or even...

Climate Change in Depth (Vol. 1)

This first edition in a series of workshops aims to look at some of the aspects of climate change that are key to understanding...

Why and How Can We Amplify Traditional Knowledge? With Archana Soreng

Using traditional knowledge is a must if we are to make serious efforts at environmental conservation; indigenous citizens and communities often have insight and...

Cannabis for a Crisis? How Hemp Can Help India

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed a struggling economy into a full-blown recession. Acute agrarian distress may have been tempered by good monsoons, but the...