On World Elephant Day HOUSE of WARIS Botanicals invites all tea drinkers to be part of a movement that protects India’s wild elephants and biodiversity.
While many plants and animals are suffering due to the Earth’s rising temperatures and changing climate, others are thriving.
The impacts of climate change are insidious and far reaching, causing dramatic shifts in weather patterns and exacerbating existing events to the point of deadly danger. One such shift is occurring in the Kaziranga National Park, in the state of Assam in India.
Prioritising Environmental Health for healthier communities in global recovery.
This just in - in the Western Ghats of India, tiger numbers are starting to grow!
Carbon emissions. We are all responsible for them and we all need to take responsibility to reduce them.
Celebrate World Elephant Day by meeting some of the CoExistence herd's living counterparts!
Celebrating the vital knowledge of indigenous peoples and its role in conservation of South Asian conservation