Transition from water scarcity to water pollution in TG Halli, Bengaluru

Urban areas in India have been experiencing unprecedented growth in population and income. The implications of this... Read More

Taking science beyond academia

A bit of chance, a lot of hard-work, and a vision to extend science beyond the purview of academics led Priyanka Jamwal... Read More

Inequities in provisioning forest services: Insights from Odisha

Most research linking ecosystems and the benefits local communities derive from them consider overall human well-being... Read More

The journey of the Tamiraparani Waterbird Count (TWC)

The southern districts of Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi and Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu are important areas for wintering... Read More

Why does rabies still plague India in the 21st century?

In a rapidly changing world, responsive and scientifically sound surveillance systems are needed in order to better... Read More

Human-animal conflicts in wildlife corridors

Wildlife corridors are critical for the movement and long-term survival of species in a fragmented forest landscape,... Read More

Doing science that matters to address India’s water crisis

India is one of the most water stressed countries in the world.

Understanding impacts of nutrient pollution: a case study of Jakkur Lake

Recent events in Bengaluru like the Bellandur Lake catching fire and fish kills in various lakes have put a spotlight... Read More