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World Population Day: from Biomes to Anthromes!

The lock down across the world to contain the spread of Corona virus has its own share of pros and cons. One of the challenges […]

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Conserving Wetlands to Achieve Land Degradation Neutrality

The Parties to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification, in their 14th meeting agreed to the goal of achieving Land Degradation Neutrality by 2030.Speaking at […]

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Coastal wetlands: Saviours of the blue!

India is the only country in the world that boasts of an ocean named after her, the Indian ocean. Covering an expanse of 70.5 million […]

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Business as usual or time for a green and blue reset

During lockdown the world seems different, it even sounds different much peaceful quieter. It’s not just that the birds and animals are rejoicing, the air […]

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Management of the Commons: building dialogues over water and governance

Common Property Resources form an integral component of rural way of life in India. Comprising of natural resources like wetlands, forests, pasturelands etc., these systems […]

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Integrated management planning of Point Calimere, Ramsar site got underway at Velankanni, Nagapattinam

Geographic landmark and iconic wetland complex of Tamil Nadu, Point Calimere is facing severe ecological pressures including intermittent freshwater flows, hyper salination, degrading mangrove health […]

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Securing Chandertal: Perspectives and priorities

Wetlands International South Asia (WISA) is developing a model management planning framework for the high-altitude wetlands in select Himalayan landscapes under the aegis of ‘SECURE […]

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Preserving high altitude wetlands of Sikkim

High altitude wetlands form a subset of wetlands located above the natural treeline, occupying altitudes higher than 3000m. Formation of these wetlands is largely governed […]

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Securing wetlands for Sustainable WASH: A dialogue on Bhola Island, Bangladesh

WASH interventions can be sustainable only when the sources of water and sinks of waste are secured and well managed. Can Bhola island afford to […]

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Mangroves and right to life

On September 17, 2018, Bombay High Court declared “The destruction of mangroves offends the fundamental right of citizens under Article 21 (right to life) of […]