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Aaranyak launches project to facilitate human elephant coexistence in Meghalaya

This has led to initiate a three-year project in collaboration with the British Asian Trust and with support from the Darwin Initiative in West Garo hills district in Meghalaya to…

CSE lays down roadmap for making Indian cities garbage-free

India’s more than 3,000 dumpsites hold 1,300 million tonne of legacy waste. Government has allocated Rs 1,41,600 crore for remediation of these dumpsites – this is the single largest investment…

Aaranyak celebrates its 33rd Foundation Day across Assam

To mark the occasion today, Aaranyak at its administrative office organised a half day event which comprised of flag hoisting, deliberations by founder members and senior officials and cultural events.

CSE says India needs to adapt a regional air quality management framework

 On the occasion of the UN International Day of Clean Air for Blue Sky, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) warns that air has no boundaries – because of this,…

CSE criticises environment ministry’s new notification on emission norms for coal-based power plants

Says Nivit Yadav, programme director, industrial pollution, CSE: “It is ironical that this new notification was issued only two days before the International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies.…

Assam’s Hargila Army, Aaranyak and Allies launch sanitation hygiene campaign

Women and girls between 15 and 24 years of age, especially those in rural areas of the state, need to be made aware of menstrual hygiene issues.

Cabinet approves signing of an MoU between India and Nepal in the field of biodiversity conservation

The MoU would help in promoting cooperation between the Parties in the field of forests.

Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) completes two-decade long service for the wildlife of Assam and beyond

Azzedine Downes, President and CEO, International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) said “IFAW has been a proud and trusted partner to CWRC for 20 years.

Aaranyak’s environmental scientist was awarded the ‘Distinguished Humphrey Fellowship in Climate Change’ by the Department of State, the United States

The resource persons represented academia, local environmental activists, city administration and researchers.

WCCB-Aaranyak workshop sensitizes CISF and airlines security staff about surging wildlife crimes

To check the trafficking of wildlife, the CISF and airline security personnel need to be alert on air routes as well as in their checked-in luggage.