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Environmental Law

Inspite of an extensive body of environmental laws, a responsive judiciary and large groups and communities who are willing to litigate on issues of environmental concern, we have very few dedicated environmental lawyers in the country.

Wildlife Filmmaking

According to Ashish Chandola, wildlife filmmaker, the most important prerequisite to be a wildlife filmmaker is an in-depth understanding of nature. “One needs to know the habitat, mammals, birds, their calls, intra- and inter-species responses, etc.,” he says.

Environmental Architecture And Interior Designing

Today, our choices and actions influence the environment in more ways than ever before – what we eat, how we commute, what we wear, what we buy, what we consume, and even the kind of buildings we erect and live in. Fifteen per cent of our greenhouse gases are caused by inefficient building and architecture. In the U.S., buildings produce almost 50 per cent of the carbon emissions and consume about…

Environmental Journalism

Environmental journalism is yet to develop as a full-fledged field within journalism. There are a hundred stories waiting to be done but not enough reporters who take the trouble to work on them in depth. But environment and wildlife issues are gradually gaining greater prominence in the press and some stories are even making it to the front page or main news desk.

Environment And Wildlife NGOs

Marian Wright Edelman said, “A lot of people are waiting for Martin Luther King or Mahatma Gandhi to come back – but they are gone. We are it. It is up to us. It is up to you.” In a life ridden with problems of pollution, poverty, corruption and terrorism, it is easy to assume the role of a passive complainer, observer and by default, a participant. The other option is to stand up, take a stand…

Eco-Tourism OR Wildlife Tourism

Tourism is one of the world’s most profitable industries and in the last decade, interest in wildlife or eco-tourism has gained momentum. Eco-tourism promotes and organises nature-based experiences and aims to introduce visitors to wild and remote destinations in a way that is not intrusive or destructive to the environment. 

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