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The virtual experience will take the audience through the adventure of a safari
Diver-tuned-conservationist Nayantara Jain on restoring coral reefs, swimming with sharks and Blue Planet Revisited
Marine biologist Nayantara Jain talks about coastal rescue centres, restoring coral reefs and how nature shows help dispel fear of the unknown blue.
International Mountain Day: Rahul Ogra, Mandip Singh Soin, and Gowri Varanshi share why they find the peaks enthralling
On International Mountain Day, three Indian mountaineers share why they find the mountains enthralling and what we must do to preserve them.
"It's important to lay a foundation of care to address the water issue," says Rahman
International Tiger Day: Nat Geo explorer Malaika Vaz on the joy of tiger spotting and what we can do to conserve them
On International Tiger Day, we speak to Malaika Vaz, who shares her experience with spotting tigers, the role of local communities in protecting them and what we can do to stop hunting and illegal tra
International Tiger Day: 'We should dream and aspire for more than 3,000 tigers,' says conservation scientist Krithi Karanth
On International Tiger Day, we speak to Krithi, who discusses why we should protect our tigers, the impact of the pandemic on wildlife and how we can do our part in conserving them.
World Nature Conservation Day: Watch label Anne Klein launches a sustainable line Anne Klein Considered
Reasonably priced, this aesthetically appealing & thoughtfully designed collection is an effort towards minimising carbon footprints
World Conservation Day special: Wild Karnataka filmmaker Amoghavarsha and actor Randeep Hooda will host a live session on July 28, on Instagram
The duo will be going live on the Sony BBC Earth's Instagram page and will share their views on conservation and sustainability
The India premiere of wildlife conservationist Ivan Carter’s series throws light on the need to be more conscious about the ecosystem
Filmmaker Ashwika Kapur is leading the way for youngsters to make a mark in conservation
A nearly 400-year-old painting that had long been attributed to an unknown artist in Rembrandt’s workshop has now been judged to have been a work of the Dutch master himself.
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Sculptor and designer Narayan Chandra Sinha curates Tree of Hope for ITC Hotels in Kolkata
Women in Design 2020+: This three-day conference to see leading architects, urban conservationists, urban planner
This three-day conference will feature more than 35 women speakers and panellists sharing their stories, thoughts and ideas with the audience.
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