• Nature Walk and Biodiversity Interpretation at Yamuna Biodiversity Park

    The National Capital Territory of Delhi, world’s second largest city is increasingly becoming urban. With 97.5 percent of National Capital Territory and 42 percent of National Capital Region already urbanized (according to National Institute of Urban Affairs), a large part of the city’s natural area is lost to built-up areas and road infrastructure. The city […]

  • Master Class Workshop on Cities’ Resilience and Urban Biodiversity

    India’s ever growing population, urbanisation and industrialisation make cities vulnerable both to the impacts of acute disasters and the slow, creeping effects of the changing climate. One of the greatest risks following a natural disaster or conflict in cities is potential social and environmental chaos. These so-called “failed” cities are viewed as socio-ecological systems that […]

  • Master Class Workshop on Understanding and Addressing Landscape and Seascape Issues in West Coast of India

    A Master Class Workshop was organized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, under their Leaders for Nature program, along with Mangroves for Future program, to address cumulative and regional Landscape and Seascape issues in the West Coast of India, to be able to integrate Govt., private sector and conservation experts to plan and […]