The Ramsar Wetland Conservation Awards Special Prize of US$10,000 kindly offered by the DANONE Group
RBS Earth Heroes Awards-2014 : Call for applications
Mr. Dibyajyoti Chaterjee, from NEWS is going to Buxa Tiger Reserve, to carry out the lesser cat study project, through camera trapping, on the 18th May, 2014
Awareness programme based on Mangrove Afforestation & Restoration Project, at Andharia, Matla Zone in Sunderban on 19th of May, 2014
A team from NEWS is going to Haldibari area for Mangrove Benchmark Studies on 8th March, 2014
Helen G. Lafave, Us Consul General visit to Sunderban with NEWS on 28th February to 1st March, 2014
NEWS stall at 38th Kolkata Book Fair 2014 at hall 2 stall no. 4
Inheritance - the unseen wild, wildlife and environment photography exhibition at academy of fine arts central gallery from 29th January to 4th February, 2014
" NEWS team has gone to Buxa Tiger Reserve to carry out the lesser cat study through camera trapping on 11th December 2013 to 19th December 2013"
On 7th December, 2013, NEWS is celebrating its Foundation Day at Calcutta Club.
16th November 2013 Awareness camp at Amtoli, Sunderban
Talk on Environment Management, Challenges & Issues at Techno India on 7th November 2013
Handicapped Camp at Amlamethi (Bali), Bidya Zone, on 30th October, 2013 organised by NEWS
Medical camp at Alipore Zoo on 8th August, 2013 organised by NEWS for the staff of Alipore Zoo.
Medical camp at Bikash Bhawan, Wildlife Wing:
22nd August, 2013 Organised by NEWS. For the staff of the Wildlife Wing at Bikash Bhawan.
Mangrove Afforestation in Sunderbans with Community approach for reducing GHG emissions
Manual of Pug Marks of Wild Animal
The project to Develop a community participative model for scientific management of municipal solid wastes in EKW was launched in Hyatt Regency on 21st December 2011 in the presence of Principal Secretary, Dept. of Environment, Govt. of West Bengal - Raj Pal Singh Kahlon.
After completion of the project sustainability was the big question. To support the local people in their endeavour in maintaining the area was our prime concern. The only alternative was promoting Eco-tourism. Working in the area we experienced the awesome beauty of nature. We felt the pristine air, the inspiring presence of the mountains and felt it would be a good idea to share this beauty with like-minded nature lovers.
Now, Namthing Pokhri is....