Tech firm Sigfox develops tiny tracker to help fight rhino poaching
The global number of rhinos dwindled to about 20,000 a decade ago due to relentless poaching.
Study shows throwing back big fish, especially females helps conserve species
A single female fish may release anywhere between 11 to almost 58 million eggs per clutch, they found.
Scientists discover sharks love jazz and swing music
Experts are of the opinion that sharks are not merciless killers but sensitive souls with a passion for certain kinds of music.
Traditional moves, contemporary tales
Meera, Kaalchakra and Shree Durga, also being showcased, are directed by Shobha Deepak Singh and the Kendra’s own production.
Study warns water taps may completely dry up in India
According to warning satellite system, India, Morocco, Iraq and Spain could spark the next "day zero" water crisis.
World's last male northern white rhino, Sudan, dies
Statement from Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya said 45-year-old rhino was euthanized on Monday after his condition "worsened significantly."
Corals in Atlantic Ocean to have stricter preservation rules
Environmentalists, regulators and harvesters of species including squid, scallops and lobster have debated the proposal for years.
Tiger walks 700 kilometres to return to city he loves
Big cat that was taken to Siberia for terrorising Russian town walks back again.
New Delhi is running out of water
Water shortages are becoming something of an annual ritual in Delhi, the world’s second most populous city.
Tendulkar promotes electronic cars, backs govt initative
Tendulkar said environment-friendly mobility solutions is a step towards conservation of the planet.