World renowned rainforest activist, John Seed, talks on Deep Ecology & Conservation of Nature, a philosophy that believes that the underlying reason for the environmental crisis is a psychological or spiritual disease stemming from the illusion of separation between humans and the rest of the natural world.
Freshwater is the fast disappearing resource for which future wars will happen. Here is TED talk by Anupam Mishra, taking you back in time to see how water was harvested, conserved, and used with reverence and respect.
Go organic this party season and spread the cheer of green. Add personal touch and warmth to your gifts and give-aways by gift wrapping plants and trees with recycled paper.
Bagru’s hand block printing technique is rare craft that is now getting popular for being high on eco-sense, use of natural materials and for its eco-friendly textile printing practices.
The latest green idea rocking the White house, tropical nations, Internet, and the eco-activists to combat global warming is to paint your roofs white. Here is our green tinge on white roofs.
Environmentalists and the healthcare community continue to question if global warming has caused, apart from the other deadly disease, swine flu to occur. Here is our analysis.
The Malabar Banded Peacock belongs to one of the spectacular family of butterflies. They have amazing iridescent colors and hues. Some of the species look green or blue depending upon the viewing angle. Thanks to this amazing camouflage, these butterflies have survived over a centuries. Otherwise it is not hard to miss the Papilio Buddha.
We have warmed the Earth, destroyed the forests and green cover, and made extinct thousands of animal and plant species. We are still plundering every bit of resource and respite our Earth had to offer. It is but natural that we also face the consequences of our careless acts.
An adult rhinoceros in Africa, during his late night walk, falls in a perfectly dug pit lined with spikes to die a slow and painful death. Another rhino in India touches a cable wire that sends 11 kilowatts jolt through its massive body, electrocuting it. Their horns are pulled out. Price of each horn: US$450,000
A painstaking combing exercise in Sariska Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan, revealed that there were no tigers left. All the tigers were poached out of existence. Total wipe out of tigers from the famed Sariska Tiger reserve was a national embarrassment. The nation witnessed the furore of wildlife activists, nature lovers and conservationists like never before.