Himalayan Sapriya found blooming in Manipur's Lairamphungka village
IFP Bureau·1 Nov 2021, 4:09 pm
Himalayan Sapriya is a flower which grows on decomposed roots and it is included in the Red Data Book of Botanical Survey of India.
Critically endangered baby Chinese pangolin rescued in Manipur
IFP Bureau·26 Nov 2021, 3:04 pm
Chinese pangolins have been categorised under schedule 1 of Wildlife Protection Act and have also been red listed as critically endangered under International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), due to the reckless poaching for its high demand scales.
Range forest officer urged to prohibit excavation, transportation of earth
Thoubal Correspondent·26 Nov 2021, 3:52 am
About 15-20 truckloads of earth have been transported so far from Kakching Garden, Uyok Ching, Kakching district, and is still continuing, sources said.
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Manipur farmers suffer less yield due to poor rainfall, irregular irrigation
Babie Shirin·25 Nov 2021, 4:45 pm
The irrigation system in Manipur is not fully developed and therefore, the main source of water for agricultural purposes is rain water.
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Environmental flows worsening due to increasing water extraction from rivers in Imphal valley
Phurailatpam Keny Devi·23 Nov 2021, 10:12 am
Around 42 per cent of springs in Manipur's hill areas has disappeared, according to a report from the directorate of Environment and Climate Change.
‘Developmental projects continue to pose threat to Loktak lake, fishing communities’
IFP Bureau·23 Nov 2021, 4:01 pm
Indigenous Perspective Manipur convenor Ram Wangkheirakpam said that the government of Manipur started burning down floating huts or ‘Khangpokshang’, built over Phumdis of the fishing families living in the Loktak Wetlands area from November 15, 2011.
Loktak fishing community fear breaking of age-old bond between lake and people
IFP Bureau·22 Nov 2021, 3:41 pm
A one-day workshop on ‘Redefining Loktak Indigenous People’s Territory, Rights to Life and Resource Use’’ was held at Manipur University VC’s court hall on Monday.
Lotak Project: Of ruthless plunder and exploitation
Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh·21 Nov 2021, 7:50 pm
The NHPC seems to enjoy complete freedom to destroy Loktak Lake and all the traditions and culture associated with it.
‘Unhinder the flow of river and review the proposed 70MW Nungleiband dam’
IFP Bureau·21 Nov 2021, 5:05 pm
The villagers of Gangluan (Nungleiband) part IV village in Tamenglong district, Manipur have called for the decommissioning of the Ithai Barrage of the 105 MW Loktak Multipurpose Hydroelectric Project.
Darjeeling Declaration towards single use plastic free, zero waste Himalaya signed
IFP Bureau·21 Nov 2021, 2:54 pm
Darjeeling SMDS concluded on Saturday. Ladakh will host the 11th Sustainable Mountain Development Summit
'Manipur's Leimatak River in vulnerable condition'
Babie Shirin·16 Nov 2021, 9:15 am
The serious environmental concern was highlighted during a consultation and awareness programme on “Protection of Land, Rivers and Forest in Leimatak Area,” that was held at Luangjeng (Thangal) village in Manipur on Sunday.
Wetlands Protection: Kakching Range Forest Officer steps up against poaching, killing of wildlife
Thoubal Correspondent·15 Nov 2021, 12:54 pm
All air-gun holders must report to nearby forest office, said Kakching Range Forest Officer during a drive conducted at Lousi Pat.
Human vulnerability to climate change needs resilient systems
Onkar Singh·13 Nov 2021, 7:42 am
The role of economically stronger communities is much more important in regulating catastrophic temperature rise.
Traditional fervour marks Amur Falcon Festival 2021 celebration in Tamenglong
Tamenglong Correspondent·10 Nov 2021, 4:55 am
Tamenglong celebrated the sixth edition of the Amur Falcon Festival at Chiuluan village in Tamenglong district, Manipur as a part of wildlife conservation.
'Support will be given in promotion of tubers crops in Manipur’
IFP Bureau·9 Nov 2021, 5:02 pm
ICAR-CTCRI Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala director MN Sheela said that among the Northeastern states, CAU Imphal is performing well in promotion of tropical tuber crops and the centre should continue in supporting farmers until the promotion level reaches to a maximum scale.
CAU vice chancellor calls for promotion of tuber crops
IFP Bureau·8 Nov 2021, 4:21 pm
The tuber crops are highly nutritious to health. Providing tuber crops like cassava, sweet potatoes, yam etc. as a part of mid-day meals would really help in mitigating the issues of malnutrition to a great extent, Anupam Mishra said.
Environmental Study: A subject for everyone
Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh·8 Nov 2021, 5:31 am
inclusion of Environmental study in all level of academic process is a must and it is a subject for every-one of us for collective understanding of environment, problems and way to address for resurrection.