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Meet the Man Who Has Been Expanding Tiger Habitats. He Even Got a New Sanctuary Declared!
Recently, 2,400 sq km (240,000 ha) of forests were included into the protected area (national parks and wildlife sanctuaries) network of Karnataka state in South India to help connect different protected areas....READ MORE
 
The Bishnois and their Wildlife Conservation
There is perhaps only one religion in the world that’s founded solely on the principle of conserving the Nature. This religion was founded by the Lord Jambheshwar and is the living religion of the Bishnois of Rajasthan. This religion is over 500 years old, and the followers are over One million. They reside ...READ MORE

 
 
Culture Aangan Homestays
Culture Aangan is a social enterprise dedicated to promoting sustainable rural tourism and supporting grass root development projects. Their focus is on both conserving and celebrating cultural traditions, to help stem the migration to the cities. They bring traditional Indian culture to travelers, so that they can experience rural India, off the beaten track but with homely comforts....READ MORE
 
A Tribal Woman from MP has been Saving Forests since 7 Years...
Ujiyaro bai, a tribal woman from Madhya Pradesh (Central India) has spent several years working for the conservation of forests in the state. She has been leading the residents of Pondi village, inspiring them to do their bit in making sure that the green covers around ... READ MORE
 
10 Indian Villages That Set A Worthy Example For The Whole Country
India, having an agro-based economy, depends the most on its villages for growth. The gaon always has that distinct nostalgic charm that Indians alone can understand. Sarson ke khet , tea plantations, mud houses, clean air, charpaai , mitti , star-lit sky; these are just some of the happy things that we associate with life in an Indian village... READ MORE
 
Responsible tourism in the Rann of Kutch
The Rann of Kutch is a host to a number of travelers today. Several years ago, this was an unheard destination in the western state of Gujarat, India.
One of the young people native to this area is now actively involved.... READ MORE
 
The Green Path Eco Resort
Welcome to the Green Path Eco Hotel – a 50 room serviced apartment that is ideally located in the northern part of Bangalore. Our hotel provides 21 homely and tranquil apartment units, each of them with 2-3 rooms, a spacious common hall, kitchen and beautiful balconies... READ MORE
 
APOWA: Action for Protection of Wild Animals (Odisha, India)
Olive Ridley sea turtles use a wide range of habitats (sandy beaches, coral reefs, sea grass beds, mangroves etc.), thus playing a critical role for the conservation of the oceans' ecosystems and diversity. Many of these habitats face mounting threats today. ... READ MORE
 
Responsible Walking Tours
Salaam Baalak Trust runs five 24-hour full care shelters for children, one being devoted to girl children. These shelters, located in Delhi and Gurgaon, provide the children security, a sense of home, and an opportunity to receive all the critical inputs of childhood. ... READ MORE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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