Friday, Jun 5, 2020

Response to the letter from Maneka Sanjay Gandhi

There are absolutely no known smugglers from China or Myanmar who could possibly set foot in Tamenglong for the alleged “wildlife trade".

World Environment Day amid Coronavirus pandemic

There is need for undertaking immediate action-oriented steps targeted towards conservation of biodiversity.

'COVID-19 has forced us to realise need for biodiversity conservation’

Remaining at homes with no work has made the public regain touch with the environment as most people have started working at the wasteland areas and turning them to vegetables and tree plantation farms.

Slow Loris rescued at Kangpokpi

Kangpokpi Forest Division DFO Chinpilhing Kipgen said the animal will be handed over to PFA Thoubal for the time being since it was too young to be released in the wild.

Biodiversity damage- Huge damage on the Earth

Both biodiversity loss and climate change are two of our greatest threats at the moment-even while endure COVID-19, we must not lose sight of this.

Plantation Drive: BSF plants 500 tree saplings in Churachandpur’s village

The plantation drive was held by the BSF personnel in Mualkoi village under the theme ‘My Earth My Responsibility’

Trapped birds, stranded animals rescued and released

The Joint Coordination Committee on Wildlife and Biodiversity (JCCWB), Manipur handed over the rescued stranded animals to the forest department.

Fall armyworm invades Wahong cornfield in Ukhrul district

Fall armyworms have now invaded a cornfield at Wahong village in Mushuru area, north of Ukhrul town in Ukhrul District, Manipur.

Biological Diversity: Seedlings planted for COVID-19 patients

If environmental dilapidation is continued at the current rate, mankind will require two earths by 2030.

The link that binds agricultural products and renewable resources

Private companies have been disposed to reconsider domestic agricultural resources as alternative materials for manufacturing processes.

Man's special relationship with Earth: Growth at what cost?

The current trend and trajectory of developmental practices will have serious consequences for the diversity not just of the region but for the globe as a whole.

'Cyclone Amphan can increase Fall Armyworm infestation'

One of the main reason FAW outbreak occurred in Manipur in May, 2019 was due to cyclone Fani.

Natural assets management-cue to- sustainable development

COVID-19 recovery calls for an ambitious line of enquiry into zoonotic diseases and ecosystem health.

Re-digging of canals right step for poor farmers: Minister Radheshyam

The Manipur education, labour and employment minister inspected the re-digging of Nongdambi canal, an irrigational canal located at Salungpham

70 per cent of India’s coal-fired power stations may not meet environmental norms by 2022

The sector must meet the environmental norms to ensure ‘our right to breathe in clean air,’ says CSE report

Spring Flowers: Know the symbolic meaning of these 15 fragrant blossoms of the season

Flowers are not just delicately beautiful, they convey the deepest emotions, evokes unexpressed thoughts and feelings.

Fall Armyworms attack Manipur again amid Coronavirus spread

FAW, a highly invasive pest, attacked maize crops in Manipur in 2019 May

Traditional system works wonder as Shirui Lily blooms again in green Shirui Kashong

Swaying softly and beautifully in the summer breeze, nurtured by the coolness of the hills, Shirui lilies bloom in pale shades of pink and white with their heads hung low, humble yet proud of the beauty they are made of.