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Young orphaned orangutans on a climbing expedition with their keeper at International Animal Rescue’s orangutan school in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Credit Kemal Jufri for The New York Times
11 months 2 weeks ago

In early 2015, scientists monitoring satellite images at Global Forest Watch raised the alarm about the destruction of rain forests in Indonesia. Environmental groups raced to the scene in West Kalimantan...

Culling wild animals isn't part of the Indian ethos – we can do better to avoid conflict
11 months 2 weeks ago

Policy decisions in wildlife are rarely rooted in science and are often a result of political processes. In countries like Norway and North America, with their high quality and quantity of wildlife science,...

The man who knew winter was coming: environmentalist Bittu Sahgal and the journey of ‘Sanctuary Asia’
11 months 2 weeks ago

We are because of nature, nature isn’t because of us. We currently live with a false sense of superiority over it, as we desecrate ecosystems with merciless urbanisation and crooked production practices.

The Art of Beeing - California
The Art of Beeing - California
7 months 9 hours ago

British artist Louis Masai travels across the USA in Autumn 2016 to begin his attempt to tackle species extinction through art.

DASHO PALJOR J. DORJI Recipient of Lifetime Achievement Awards, 2014 - Bhutan
11 months 1 week ago

Called as the Godfather of Conservation in Bhutan, Dasho Paljor J.

PEMA THINLEY Recipient of Special Forest Guard Awards, 2015 - Bhutan
11 months 1 week ago

Pema’s multifaceted contribution to conservation through his work as a Range Ocer in dierent beats in Bhutan has been proven to be invaluable.

KHANCHENDZONGA CONSERVATION COMMITTEE (KCC)Recipient of Eastern Himalayan Conservation Awards, 2015 - Sikkim
11 months 1 week ago

The state of Sikkim, currently considered the cleanest state of India in terms of rural sanitation, is a scenic state located between the kingdom of Nepal in the west, Bhutan in the east, Tibet in the north and Indian state of...

In this Friday, Nov 4, 2016, photo, animal scientists Tanat Uttaraviset, left, and Natawut Wanna, wear crane suits as they carry a sarus crane to be released into the wild at a wetland acclimating center in Buriram, Thailand. The tallest flying birds in the world, 70 incubator-hatched, hand-fed sarus cranes have been raised and released over the past five years in Thailand’s farm-rich northeast province of Buriram, whooping their startling two-toned song at dawn. (Gemunu Amarasinghe/Associated Press) By Mar
1 year 3 days ago

 A fuzzy-headed baby sarus crane hatched on a rural farm this fall offers a glimmer of hope for wildlife conservationists, organic farming advocates and a nation grieving after the death of their beloved king.

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