Vol 8 Issue 47, Nov 17, 2017 - Nov 23, 2017.

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  • Turn to turtle

    Turn to turtle

    In a bid to save the endangered Olive Ridley turtles, a ‘festival’ is on in the Konkan coast, which blends conservation with tourism. Kavita Kanan Chandra meets people excited by the event
      Posted    11-Mar-2011    Vol 2 Issue 10
  • A natural love

    A natural love

    Belying the popular notion that IT professionals prefer a fast urban lifestyle, a young couple from Bengaluru takes to farming on alternate weekends. Sudha Narasimhachar speaks to the unusual couple, bonded naturally, on their passion
      Posted    11-Mar-2011    Vol 2 Issue 10
  • A modern wonder

    A modern wonder

    Stepping into the fifth floor terrace of a building in Bangalore, Marianne de Nazareth was stunned. There in front of her was a hanging garden, a modern-day wonder, in garden city
      Posted    04-Mar-2011    Vol 2 Issue 9
  • Save the wetlands

    Save the wetlands

    A last ditch battle to save a bird habitat from extinction is on in AP, where the government has cleared a thermal power project in an ecologically sensitive spot, says Marianne de Nazareth
      Posted    28-Feb-2011    Vol 2 Issue 8
  • Minding the mangroves

    Minding the mangroves

    A group of fishermen in Mumbai have turned eco activists. In a bid to protect 1042 hectares of mangroves along the Thane creek, they have taken up the task of creating an awareness on the issue in their community, says Kavita Kanan Chandra
      Posted    25-Feb-2011    Vol 2 Issue 8
  • Green hero

    Green hero

    C Srinivasan and a team of 48 members are trying to create a forest on the barren hills of Vellore in Tamil Nadu. Cynics may call it a pipedream. But, the project is already showing results, claim the locals. P C Vinoj Kumar has the story
      Posted    18-Feb-2011    Vol 2 Issue 7
  • Green mission

    Green mission

    Inspired by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev of Isha Foundation, many people across India have embarked on a mission to plant trees. Rama Devi Menon tells us the significance of Project Green Hands
      Posted    04-Feb-2011    Vol 2 Issue 5
  • Butterfly boy

    Butterfly boy

    Can a childhood singing idol help a youth discover his passion? It happened to Monsoon Jyoti Gogoi, a nature photographer, who especially loves shooting butterflies, says Kavita Kanan Chandra
      Posted    28-Jan-2011    Vol 2 Issue 4
  • Beauty and nature

    Beauty and nature

    The first Indian to win the Miss Earth crown, Nicole Faria, is a nature lover herself. Marianne de Nazareth finds that beauty is not skin deep in Faria, who is into conservation
      Posted    24-Dec-2010    Vol 1 Issue 17
  • Devoted to nature

    Devoted to nature

    Mazhar Asif Ebrahim is a lucky man. For, his passion is also his profession. Kavita Kanan Chandra treks with the founder of Nature Knights that organises adventure events for nature lovers
      Posted    09-Dec-2010    Vol 1 Issue 15
  • Gritty woman

    Gritty woman

    She sees trees as brothers. By tying 'rakhi', she has saved many trees from being felled. Kavita Kanan Chandra meets the woman, whose brand of eco-feminism has earned accolades worldwide
      Posted    03-Dec-2010    Vol 1 Issue 14
  • Green roof

    Green roof

    In the concrete jungle, a couple will not let their dream of having a garden wither away just for want of land. Rama Devi Menon walks through the greenery on the roof of a house in Hyderabad
      Posted    12-Nov-2010    Vol 1 Issue 11
  • A flutter of idea

    A flutter of idea

    Chasing butterflies is every child’s play. But for Arjan Basu Roy their conservation is a passion. He tells Lesley D Biswas why butterflies should flutter around and what he has done for it
      Posted    04-Nov-2010    Vol 1 Issue 10
  • Green Dream

    Green Dream

    When drought hits the farm town to which he had just moved in, what can an engineer do? He embarks on a journey into farming. Sharada Balasubramanian takes a walk down memory lane with him
      Posted    29-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 9
  • Water war

    Water war

    India’s Silicon Valley may run out of water. Sounds frightening? Well, it could be prevented if Jeff D’Lemos is given a free hand to help Bangalore harvest rain water, says Marianne de Nazareth
      Posted    22-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 8
  • Birds and gardens

    Birds and gardens

    The manicured lawns may look elegant but they did not sustain bird or insect life. That is one reason the common sparrow has vanished from Bangalore, Dr Krishna MB tells Marianne de Nazareth
      Posted    01-Oct-2010    Vol 1 Issue 5
  • Saving sparrows

    Saving sparrows

    That the number of the humble house sparrow is dwindling prompted Mohammed Esmail Dilawar to do something about its conservation. Rama Devi Menon gathers details about Nature Forever Society
      Posted    24-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 4
  • Green Dreams

    Green Dreams

    Inspired by the greening of deserts in Gulf nations, a man from Kerala dreamt of turning a lateritic hill back home into a forest. Did P Abdul Kareem do it?  AP Muhammed Afsal finds out.
      Posted    17-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 3
  • A clean man

    A clean man

    A successful chartered accountant crusading for people’s causes is not common. But Subhas Datta has been doing it for 35 years in Howrah. He may even launch a Green Party, says Rina Mukherji.
      Posted    10-Sep-2010    Vol 1 Issue 2
  • Old man and a river

    Old man and a river

    Robin Paul, the 72-year-old ‘Green’man of Bhawanipur, now looks up to the youth to realize his latest dream of cleaning up one of Kolkata’s filthiest creeks. Saborna Roychowdhury is amazed. 
      Posted    27-Aug-2010    Vol 0 Issue 0
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