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Students Sea Turtle Conservation Network

April 2010: An oft-repeated story has it that a wise man once came across a young boy on a beach, gently tossing washed-up starfish back into the sea. Gesturing towards the hundreds of starfish dying on the sand, he questioned the effectiveness of the child’s action. The boy picked up another one, threw it into the water and turning back to the wise man said, “It made a difference…

The Rushikulya Sea Turtle Protection Committee

April 2010: The Rushikulya river merges into the Bay of Bengal near Ganjam town in Southern Orissa. A wide stretch of beach on the northern side of the river is the favoured nesting site of olive ridley turtles.

Centre for Social Markets (CSM)

April 2010: The Centre for Social Markets (CSM) is an independent, non-profit organisation founded in 2000 by social entrepreneur, Malini Mehra, to accelerate the transition to more just and sustainable societies. Their focus is on making markets work for the ‘triple bottom line’: people, planet and profit.

Wetlands International – South Asia

April 2010: In the Maldives, a mangrove-restoration programme is encouraging locals to protect wetlands and estuaries. In the Himalaya, a conservation strategy for saving wetlands is being developed.

Kenneth Anderson Nature Society (KANS)

April 2010: An unknown author once said, “If nothing ever changed, there’d be no butterflies.” One cannot help but reflect on these words when reading about the Kenneth Anderson Nature Society (KANS).

Hyderabad Tiger Conservation Society (HYTICOS)

April 2010: “In Eturnagaram, we were spellbound by its splendid valleys and dense forest. We had explored smaller forests till then but we were experiencing the magic of a tiger forest for the first time. But even here, we could sense the changes that were slowly gnawing away at this habitat.”

Dinesh Goswami’s Prakruti Nature Club

February 2010: “My mother said I must always be intolerant of ignorance but understanding of illiteracy. That some people, unable to go to school, were more educated and more intelligent than college professors.” Maya Angelou, American poet

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