Amongst the most fragile ecosystems in the world, the Nilgiris in Tamil Nadu is bearing the brunt of climate change evident in increasingly erratic rainfall and higher temperatures.
Increasing encroachments on all water bodies combined with over-extraction of groundwater has led to the crippling of the city’s coastal aquifer system.
With global population projected to be at least nine billion by the year 2050, insects might just be the most viable solution to satiate our protein needs.
After centuries of plantation development, the Nilgiris District in Tamil Nadu is getting a makeover.
S. Mugilan confronts the state’s mining mafias, even as officials and activists lose their lives in defence of its rivers and beaches.
Rampant violations of coastal zone norms are eating up the city’s coastlines, one illegal road or building at a time.