Cabinet approves Dibang hydel project in Arunachal Pradesh
A Future Earth Conference
Opening new frontiers in water system diagnostics and innovative solutions to mitigate the 21st-century global water crisis
Government cuts budget for Jal Shakti Ministry by 9.4 percent; increases funds for rural drinking water mission
New Delhi, July 9 (India Science Wire): India has a total geographical area of nearly 329 million hectares. The climate varies from the north to the south and east to west. However, in spite of this diversity, little is known about how climate affects the diversity of plants that grow in a particular area.
Van Mahotsava is an annual tree planting festival which was initiated by Shri Kulapati Kanaiyalal Munshi, the Union Minister for Agriculture and Food, Government of India, in 1950 to create awareness about the importance of trees and conservation of forests.
Managing natural resources, the sustainable way
Surya Ganga, a film directed by Valli Bindana takes an all embracing view of the energy sector, especially the social and environmental consequences of big energy projects in India. The film was released in India recently.
Mountain ecosystems are highly sensitive due to ecological fragility, geomorphologic instability but are blessed with vast eco biodiversity.