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‘Water Bomb’: Why Indigenous People in Northeast India Fear Hydropower Projects

Snigdhendu Bhattacharya
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Delegates meeting in a conference hall at the United Nations to negotiate biodiversity issues.

Why There Are High Hopes From the Nairobi UN Biodiversity Meeting

Monika Mondal
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two whooper swans in flight

Migratory Birds Fly Towards Poachers and Vanishing Wetlands in Himalayan Kashmir

Raihana Maqbool
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Agricultural land in Gondalpura. Photo: Sushmita

Villagers in Jharkhand, India Protest New Coal Venture, Refuse Land Acquisition Surveys

Sushmita
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aerial shot of women at a fishing dock

In Two Corners of Bengal’s Coast, ‘Fire’ and Water Hold Women Hostage

Soumashree Sarkar
Pawanjot Kaur
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the shore of Sagar Island

No Emergency Healthcare for Delta Island Communities in the Sundarbans

Dola Mitra
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Fishermen anchored their boats at Versova beach in Mumbai ahead of Cyclone Tauktae, in the Arabian Sea, Mumbai, May 15, 2021. Photo: PTI

During Monsoon Fishing Ban, India’s Small-Scale Fishers Flounder at the Deep End

Supriya Vohra
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The view from a purse seiner going out from Mangalore harbour, south Karnataka. Photo: Supriya Vohra

When Fishers Die at Sea in India, Their Insurance Falls Through the Cracks

Supriya Vohra
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A pair of motorised fishing boats moored, somewhere in South Karnataka. Photo: Supriya Vohra

Fewer Fishing Days, Lower Catch, Bad Welfare Access Leave India’s Fishers Poorer

Supriya Vohra
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The rocky banks of the Betwa river

India's Ken-Betwa Link Project: Development dream or ecological disaster?

Dheeraj Mishra
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Coral transplantation

With a little help, Mannar’s corals stand strong in the face of growing threats

Aathira Perinchery
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Trawler off Kochi port

India's fishers need subsidies, but India doesn't need illegal fishing

Sibi Arasu
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When a cyclone's wake is worse than the cyclone itself

When a cyclone's wake is worse than the cyclone itself

Aparna Shukla
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India Plans to Increase Height of Solar Panels so Farming Can Continue Below

India Plans to Increase Height of Solar Panels so Farming Can Continue Below

Karthikeyan Hemalatha
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Karnataka’s Days in the Sun: The Paradox of Expanding Solar Parks

Karnataka’s Days in the Sun: The Paradox of Expanding Solar Parks

Karthikeyan Hemalatha
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How Climate Change is Affecting an Old Pastoral Tradition in India's Himalayas

How Climate Change is Affecting an Old Pastoral Tradition in India's Himalayas

Janaki Lenin
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