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Biodiversity on Organic Farms in Telangana, India

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Most commercial agriculture around the world comes in the form of monocultures, where whole fields are devoted to a single plant. Monocultures are stark landscapes, built around the logic of factories…

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- Feb 14, 2017
Loktak Lake: The World’s Only Floating Lake

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Picture a lake where massive landmasses covered in shaggy green vegetation naturally generate over its surface. They have no base, yet still become so dense that they can bear not only the load of occupants,…

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- Jan 27, 2016
Tiger Tourism: Can Travel Help Save These Big Cats?

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Tigers are one of the most charismatic and beautiful animals on earth. They are the world’s largest cat and can live across a wide range of habitats, from mountains to coastal wetlands. Most of the world’s…

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- Feb 20, 2013
Visiting the World Wide Fund for Nature in India

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India is a country with incredible biodiversity and hundreds of cultures and languages, and they all have to coexist in a country with limited resources. Izilwane’s Altaire Cambata sits down with some…

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- Aug 13, 2012
A Winding Road: Population and Consumption in India

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In a world where the opulent often clashes with the impoverished, where modernity clashes with tradition, India has swept travelers off their feet by embracing both and the contradictions therein. Here,…

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- Jul 09, 2012
Permaculture with Rick Zook

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Join filmmaker Bruce Weaver as he explores the challenges in the developing world and the solutions that sustainable living can offer. He follows scientist Rico Zook on a two-month adventure to learn about…

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- Nov 21, 2011