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Assam’s Elephant Emergency
By Bikash Kumar Bhattacharya
In northeastern India, human-elephant conflict is getting worse as forest resources dwindle.
Dying Young in Mumbai’s Slum Rehabilitation Camp
By Priyanka Borpujari
Mahul was supposed to be an escape from the slums. Then the sicknesses started.
The Real Threat to Hinduism: The Slow Death of India's Rivers
By Gauri Noolkar
Outrage over the ban on firecrackers should be directed at the destruction of South Asia's natural heritage.
India’s Wildlife Trafficking Epidemic
By Neeta Lal
Poaching and the illegal wildlife trade is on the rise in India.
Meet India’s ‘Tree Doctor’
By Vishal Arora
Urban conservationist Vijay Nishanth is on a quest to save India's trees.
Bhopal Gas Tragedy Still Haunts India
By Neeta Lal
33 years after the Bhopal disaster, toxic waste at the site continues to ruin lives.
The Great Chennai Oil Spill Clean Up
By Samuel Theodre
After the Chennai oil spill of January 28, workers haul buckets of sludge from the ocean.
The Chennai Oil Spill: A Lesson for India’s Maritime Agencies
By Abhijit Singh
The Chennai oil spill is a wake-up call: India needs a better response to maritime ecological disasters.
Why India Won't Follow in China's Environmental Footsteps
By Elizabeth Economy
India's environmental challenges will not mirror China's.
The Environmental Consequences of India’s Growth Model
By Gaurav Daga
India seems unprepared for the potential environmental outcomes of its development policies.
The Indian Supreme Court as Environmental Activist
By Romi Jain
The country’s highest court has not been shy about using judicial activism to protect the environment