under ecology

A study of Karnataka’s Hesaraghatta Lake shows how bird photographers are messing up the ecology of the region


15 Mar 2013 | BY Lhendup G Bhutia

10 popular panaceas that promise to revive our ecologically bankrupt planet. But can they ever deliver?


31 May 2012 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar

The bizarre world of ants and why a handful choose to study it


28 Oct 2009 | BY Madhavankutty Pillai

If you need convincing that going green can spin money as well, here’s proof.


24 Sep 2009 | BY Ninad D. Sheth

Pushkar’s holy lake is dry. As the religious and secular alike are beset by a rising sense of panic, we get to the bottom of the crisis.


6 Aug 2009 | BY Kabeer Sharma

The concept and name originates from ecological footprint, a measure of human demand on the ecosystem


23 Jul 2009 | BY Avinash Subramaniam

If architectural trends reflect the consciousness of the times, we’re entering an era of heightened ecological sensitivity


2 Jul 2009 | BY Avantika Bhuyan

The Holy River is in its terminal phase as public apathy and gross ecological violations squeeze its future.


26 Jun 2009 | BY Ninad D. Sheth

For the first time in history, more people live in urban spaces than in rural. Our cities will have to adapt dramatically. What might they look like in time to come?


22 Jun 2009 | BY David Lepeska

Tandoori pomfret, tuna sushi, bhapa ilish and sardine sandwiches. Meal time may never be the same with all these species vanishing


6 Jun 2009
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