THE NEWS IN PROPORTION
11 JULY 2020
Environment
WILDLIFE
A confluence of cats

The future survival of wild tigers depends not only on increasing their population size, but also on ensuring that fragmented populations are genetically 'connected' with each other, writes Abheeshta Rao.

Environment Wildlife
IMPACT ASSESSMENTS
A new draft of old failures

The framework for assessing the environmental impact of new projects has in the past served to merely facilitate projects getting started. It was hoped that revisions proposed recently would change that, but there is little evidence of a new course, writes Shripad Dharmadhikary.

Forests Mining Environment Environmental Law and Regulation
ENERGY DISTRIBUTION
DISCOMs face a stark future

The energy sector is undergoing a massive transformation, with large customers option for direct access from producers and those in the middle looking for decentralised storage and consumption. Between these forces, the old distribution business faces serious risk, says a report from the Prayas Energy Group.

Energy Environment

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