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The COVID pandemic has reminded us of our forgotten priorities, of the relevance of plants, and the importance of ecological balance in our lives. Sacred groves have meant all this and more as they have been an integral part of

In honour of International Women’s Day, we at Saevus celebrate all the women at the frontlines advocating for the environmental cause. For this feature, Saevus is honoured to converse with Latika Thukral, a recipient of the President’s Nari Shakti award,

A recent legal directive by a court in Gir Somnath district of Gujarat, banning the practice of baiting lions for tourism is hailed by corporates, inculcating responsible and sustainable wildlife tourism in practice at Gir National Park.   In recognition of a

Pitch darkness, sporadic food and isolation from the outside world - could such an environment ever support life? It most certainly can, as Shivam Shrotriya's incredible account of caves in Chhatisgarh shows us!  I was standing alone near a rock formation

Only over a thousand mountain gorillas exist in the wild today, with about half their population concentrated in Uganda. Bwindi impenetrable forest is one such site where trekkers can come up close and personal with these majestic primates.  The gorillas are

It all began in 2004 when a 16-year-old boy, Dhaval Kansara, along with Sachin Mangela, a local fisherman, discovered a female Olive Ridley sea turtle laying eggs on Chikhale beach in Maharashtra’s Dahanu subdivision. They collected her eggs, incubated them

The theme for this year's World Wildlife Day is 'Forests and Livelihood: Sustaining People and Planet'. In this special feature, Dr. Naveen Pandey gives an insightful account of forest conservation measures in Asia - their successes, lessons to be learned and