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Tourism and Plastic: Exploring the Contours 
June 04, 2018
The threat that plastic poses to the health of the planet has been raising alarm bells for some time..
 
As Women, Are We Really Economically Empowered A view from the point of view of Tourism 
April 10, 2018

Do we enjoy the same quality of life as our male counterparts? How can we, when the figures of women..

 
Meet the Majid Squad, a Group that Voluntarily Cleans Filth on Amarnath Yatra Routes 
January 29, 2018
Notwithstanding the National Green Tribunal directions, Governor N N Vohra recently decided that a 60-day-long..
 
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December 22, 2017

The Government of India’s recent “in principle” clearance to the international airport at Jewar, off Delhi, 16 years after the idea was first floated, is one of the sever

 
Sustainability is a choice – if we have the courage to make it 
September 27, 2017

Declaring 2017 as the year of Sustainable Tourism has once again served to highlight how unsustainable mainstream tourism..

 
Andamans: Coastal Area Assessment
This gallery contains photographs taken while conducting the study ‘Andamans: Coastal Area Assessment - A Post Tsunami Study on Coastal Conservation and Regulation’, February 2006.

We would like to thank Ms. Aarthi Sridhar, ATREE for the photographs.

  

Tsunami relief houses constructed near Stewardgunj Tropical forests, Wandoor Tourism infrastructure, Middle Andamans Tourism infrastructure at Radhanagar beach, Havelock Island Stones, corals and shells being used to pave paths in a beach resort in Havelock Island Sea water entering jetty at Port Blair during high tide because of land submergence after earthquake of 26 Dec '05 Road construction in Havelock Island; note sedimentation. Such activities kill corals by choking them with sediments Ramnagar beach, North Andamans Quarrying of mud south of Port Blair probably for building dykes Mangrove forest, Diglipur, North Andamans Habitations close to sea, Mayabunder, Middle Andamans Fishing activities, Diglipur, North Andamans Exposed coral reefs near Smith & Ross Islands, North Andamans Exposed coral reefs near Smith & Ross Islands, North Andamans Development activities, Mayabunder, Middle Andamans Construction of dykes south of Port Blair to control entry of sea water Compund wall of Dolphin Resort, Havelock Island in close proximity to the tidal area 1 of about 550 of Andaman Islands