News From The Projects

Training Sessions on Sustainable Turmeric Cultivation in Tamil Nadu

23 Oct, 2021

A series of training sessions on ‘Sustainable Turmeric Cultivation Practices’ were organised from 18 – 23 October 2021 with the farmers from..

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Bhitarkanika Field Visit, September 2021

21 Nov, 2021

A field visit to Bhitarkanika was undertaken by the project from 1-4 September, 2021. During this visit a meeting was organized to discuss results and..

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Workshop for Field Staff at Renuka Wetland

21 Nov, 2021

Assessing the hydrogeological layout of any wetland is an important tool in generating a profile of its hydrological and ecological functioning and..

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National Human-Wildlife Conflict Mitigation Strategy and Action Plan Released during Wildlife Week Celebrations

08 Oct, 2021

India's National Human-Wildlife Conflict Mitigation Strategy and Action Plan (HWC-NAP) and 4 supplementary frameworks developed under..

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Launch of Wetlands of India Portal

02 Oct, 2021

On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti (2nd October, birthday of Mahatma Gandhi), the Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC)

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Training potential members of Community Primary Response teams in Uttarakhand

20 Sep, 2021

Local communities are at the direct helm of human wildlife conflicts. They bear direct brunt of loss of livestock, human lives, and other economic losses as..

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Sustainable Management of Forest Ecosystem Services Project launched in Himachal Pradesh

01 Sep, 2021

The Sustainable Management of Forest Ecosystem Services (FES) Project was successfully launched by the Hon’ble Forest Minister of..

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Virtual Best Practices Forum by PBAB and launch of India Case Study on Spices

01 Sep, 2021

The global ‘Private Business Action for Biodiversity’ Programme (PBAB) organised a virtual Best Practices Forum on 31st August 2021. The event saw the launch of..

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Second Virtual Training on Sustainable Farming Practices with Cardamom Farmers in Kerala

14 Jul, 2021

India is the largest producer, consumer, and exporter of spices in the world and accounts for half of the global spices trade. Millions of Indian farmers are..

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