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OCTOBER 2021 ISSUE 23

Photo courtesy: Dr.Santosh Kumar

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The Homeo Option 
Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

It's not a panacea, but homeopathy proved to be a winner to heal animals. Dr. Gaurav Choudhary touches on the merits and limitations of using homeopathy in veterinary practice.  

Macaques, social grooming

A Monkey Food Court 
Thirumalapur, Telengana, India

This village did it right ! Shruthi Suresh Sawulla details how Thirumalapur solved human~wildlife conflict with Jagtial Forest Department to provide ...

A food court for monkeys !

Gifting food

The Ripple Effect
Thrissur, Kerala, India

So many contributions add to the ocean of social welfare, uplifting people in vulnerable circumstances. 'Kanika' or KWF shows a picture of the layers that they addressed.

JUNE 2021 ISSUE 22

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Life-giving Corridors

Bilaspur, Chattisgarh, India

Delay sixth mass extinction.  Connect different gene pools at different habitats so that wildlife populations thrive, says WWF-India project officer Aakash Bhushan.

Happy SRT Farmer, Saguna, Maharashtra

Hold Carbon, Cool Earth 

Raigad, Maharashtra, India

Less drudgery, no heavy machinery, no flooded paddy field GHG emissions. Dr.K.E.Usha sees Saguna Rice Technique benefits: better yields, more crops with aerobic cultivation.

Asian Palm Civet

Smarter Rescues 

Alwar, Rajasthan, India

Snakes, civets or hyenas, while saving wildlife, give them minimum distress. Or else, the word 'rescue' can be misleading, wildlife conservationist Aman Bhatia explains. 

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