Research Highlight

A research highlight is a interesting snippet from ATREE's research. These items are displayed on the home page.

Ecotourism-a yay or a nay for conservation?

Sustainable tourism, the theme for year's International Day for Biodiversity calls for our immediate attention to understand the gap between its ideology and the implementation. ...more

Environment and Climate literacy

As the world grapples with climate change, environmental education and climate literacy could go a long way in securing the environment for future generations ...more

Why does rabies still plague India in the 21st century?

With approximately 20,000 deaths in India, lack of a comprehensive policy for controlling the disease only threatens to exacerbate the problem. Additionally, systemic flaws continue to blunt the effectiveness of vaccination and animal birth control programs ...more

Forest people in transition: A photo essay

The festivals, weddings, and harvest rituals of forest-dwelling communities ...more

Into the grasslands of India

Grasslands form a complex landscape used by people and wildlife ...more

Women’s Day Blogs

ATREE’s women researchers’ blog about the travails and joys of field work ...more

World Water Day 2017: Panel discussion

ATREE is celebrating World Water Day with a panel discussion on the potential of recycling wastewater in urban regions ...more

ATREE@20: Conference on Conservation Science and Sustainable Development

Keynote speeches, invited talks, and panel discussions on the four themes of the ATREE@20 conference in the areas of conservation and sustainable development. ...more

Farmers feel the pinch of declining harrier numbers

Harriers are critical species that feeds on the locusts and grasshoppers that could damage crops ...more

Threatened wildlife of the Eastern Ghats

Forest conversion is threatening the unique wildlife of the Eastern Ghats ...more

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