Sundarbans National Park
New Delhi, September 17 (India Science Wire): A new technology developed by Indian scientists for ecological restoration is helping in revival of mangroves degraded due to rising sea levels, climate change and human intrusion in the Sunderbans in West Bengal.
The mangrove forests of the Sundarbans are the biggest barriers against cyclones from the Bay of Bengal, saving both India and Bangladesh from irreparable damage.
Constitute a committee to monitor Ken-Betwa river link, suggests NTCA
Normal monsoon leads to record agricultural output this year
Come monsoon, the villages in the Sundarbans islands witness nature’s fury with floodwaters overriding all boundaries and inundating huge tracts of land. As such, the earthen embankments, stretching to 3600 kms on the 54 inhabited islands out of a total of 102 in the Sundarbans, protect scores of people from floods and tidal waves.
“Another flood like Aila should never happen again, but if it does, we have the knowledge to start working on our soil again”, remarks Binota Munda of Nebukhali village in Hingalganj block, North
Sunderbans and Siachen glacier proposed to be recognised as a trans-boundary protected area
Rights of adivasis over forest lands diminishes; their consent no longer mandatory for all development projects taken up on forest land - Roundup of the week’s news (February 11-17, 2013)Posted on 18 Feb, 2013 11:18 PM
Adivasis' rights over forest lands diminishes
The return of the earthworm: Association for India's Development's (AID-JHU) practicing organic farming in the SunderbansPosted on 08 Apr, 2012 10:51 PM
Article and Video Courtesy : Association for India's Development - Johns Hopkins University
Author : Nishikant
Beginning in 2005, WWF-India has conducted dozens of personal interviews to record how climate change impacts people's lives here and now. These perceptions demanded that s