Story | 07 Ago, 2023
Sujit Choudhury, Secretary Integrated River Basin Management Society
Story | 07 Ago, 2023
Ms. Monmi Barua, Associate Fellow, Environment Education Awareness (EEA), TERI; Dr. Livleen K Kahlon, Associate Director and Senior Fellow, EEA, TERI; Ms. Taru Mehta, Area Convener and Fellow, EEA, TERI
Story | 03 Mar, 2023
Salam Rajesh, CEESP member
The fishing community in Manipur’s Loktak Lake faces a tough life negotiating between the need to eke out a living in a wetland whose ecosystem is fairly degraded, and striving to take part in its restoration. The women fishers share equal...
Story | 02 Mar, 2023
Dr. Suryakanta Acharya, MD, CEESP member, PAY-W Clinic Founder
Women in the tribal communities of Araku Valley in Andhra Pradesh, India are taking a lion’s share of responsibility to balance family, community, and environment. Their role in preserving traditional...
Story | 07 Dic, 2022
CEESP News: Salam Rajesh, IUCN CEESP member
Fishing community in Manipur’s Loktak Lake, a Ramsar designated wetland, is blending conservation initiatives with addressing imminent threats to their lives and livelihoods from external interventions. In tune with the objectives...
Story | 23 Mar, 2022
CEESP News: Livleen K. Kahlon. Youth Climate Conclave (YCC) is a prestigious The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) initiative launched by the Delegation of the European Union to India with support from GIZ, and CEEW. Initiated in 2019, this programme has channelized youth opinion from across...
Story | 31 Oct, 2021
CEESP News: by A Amarender Reddy, Centre Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture, Hyderabad, India *
Land degradation, water scarcity, poverty, and hunger are major problems faced in drylands across the world. Drylands are degraded across continents due to over-cultivation,...
Story | 12 Ene, 2021
CEESP News: by Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir*
The combined impact of climate change and COVID-19 pandemic is aggravating the marginalisation of the indigenous and local communities in the Sundarbans, an area which spans across the regions of Bangladesh and India. Majority have lost their...