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People’s Climate March In New York City

Four lakh people raised their voice for climate justice at the People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21 and Jennifer Scarlott was among them.

Meet Environmentalist Wangari Maathai

One person is enough to change the world, says Jennifer Scarlott. Meet Wangari Maathai, an environmentalist, who was inspired by a little hummingbird’s tale.

A Boy And A Jaguar: Autobiography Of Dr. Alan Rabinowitz

Jennifer Scarlott introduces you to Dr. Alan Rabinowitz and his wonderful autobiography, A Boy and a Jaguar.

How Wolves Change Rivers

Jennifer Scarlott explains the phenomenon of trophic cascades using the example of wolves that were reintroduced in the Yellowstone National Park.

Snowy Days And Busy Squirrels

Jennifer Scarlott shares perfect poems to celebrate snowy days and busy squirrels.

Recognising The Rights Of Non-Human Animals

Read about three victories – for the North Atlantic right whale, for chimpanzees, and for all nonhuman animals.

'Leave Me Alone': Voice Of The Tiger

Jennifer Scarlott feels if tigers could speak, ‘Leave Me Alone’ is what they would say.

The Pacific Salmon's Journey

The incredible story of the Pacific salmon’s journey back home.

Little Tree Grow Grow

Jennifer Scarlott’s daughter found the seed of a silver maple tree when she was five years old. Her daughter has now graduated from high school and she tells us what happened to the little seed.

What On Earth Are Microbes?

You’ve all heard of various kinds of microbes like bacteria, algae, fungi and protozoa. For two billion years, microbes were the ONLY life form on our planet! They have the ability to inhabit every possible ecological niche. But despite these amazing facts, exploration of the world of microbes, so essential to life on earth, has only just begun. Microbes are everywhere, and without them, we and all of the abundant…

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