Environment & Biodiversity

  1. Basic Concepts of Environment
  2. Ecosystem Components and Cycles
  3. Ecological Relationship (Ecological Pyramid)
  4. Desert Biome, Arctic and Alpine Tundra
  5. Major Biomes of the world
  6. Fresh Water Environment and Man Made Ecosystems
  7. Salient Characteristics of Major Biomes
  8. Biodiversity and Hotspots
  9. Himalayan Hotspot (formerly Eastern Himalayan Hotspot)
  10. Dehang-Dibang, Khangchendzonga & Agasthyamalai Biosphere Reserve
  11. Panchmarhi, Achnakmar-Amarkantak & Dibru-Saikhowa Biosphere Reserve
  12. Biosphere Reserves
  13. Biosphere Reserves of India
  14. Biodiversity Conservation
  15. Biosphere Reserves of India
  16. Tiger Reserves of India
  17. Wildlife Conservation
  18. Biosphere Reserve & Panna Biosphere Reserve
  19. National Parks of India
  20. Wildlife Sanctuaries
  21. Tiger Reserve and National Park
  22. Ramsar Convention
  23. Wetlands
  24. Salt Marshes and Estuaries
  25. Mangrove Forest and Coral Reef
  26. Coral Bleaching and National Lakes Conservation Plan
  27. Important Animal Conservation Projects in India
  28. Western Ghats: A World
  29. Chronology of World Biodiversity Efforts
  30. Botanic Garden of Indian and Forest Conservation
  31. Global treaties’Conventions and Protocols
  32. The Five Earth Summit Agreements
  33. The Montreal Action Plan
  34. Convention of Biological Diversity (Biodiversity Convention)
  35. Environmental Management
  36. Environmental Management
  37. Antarctic Treaty System
  38. Major Disasters
  39. Tsunami of 2004’Banda Ache (Sumatra’Indonesia)
  40. Cloudburst
  41. Uttarakhand Cloudburst (Himalayan Tsunami)
  42. Management of Cloudburst Disaster
  43. Green Economy
  44. Generation of Carbon Credits
  45. Global Cooling
  46. Strategy for Mitigation of Climatic Change
  47. Consequences of Climatic Change In India
  48. Consequences of Climatic Change
  49. Evidence of Global Warming and Climatic Change
  50. Climatic Change
  51. Disaster Management
  52. Major Oil Spills