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TerraGreen (TERI's flagship monthly magazine on Environmental issues)

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TerraGreen is TERI's flagship magazine that deals with issues related to sustainable development, environment, and energy. In a world standing on the brink of a major ecological disaster, TG hopes to be the ray of light that lights up the road ahead.

In the cover story titled, 'The Defaunation Crisis: Hunting Dwindles Wildlife Population', the author says that we should begin to comprehend the formidable threat of extinction that our wildlife is facing today. Additional measures must be taken to stop the illegal hunting and poaching of animals for commercial gain. In the face of ever-increasing human activity, most of which is invasive and detrimental to the ecological sanity, few places remain secure. Disturbingly, unprecedented acts of violence, acts such as hacking away and poisoning animals for their body parts, have come to mark a new chapter in our already troubled history with nature. In this article, the author stresses the urgency of taking stock of the situation to rein in the illegal hunting of wild animals.

The special report titled, 'Sustainable Fishing of Short-Neck Clams in the Ashtamudi Lake in Kerala', highlights the ways in which sustainable fisheries in the developing world have taken a momentous step forward with the certification of India’s first clam fishery in the Ashtamudi Estuary in Kerala. The certification is a landmark in Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification in India, and the Ashtamudi short-neck clam fishery is only the third fishery in Asia to have received this recognition

The feature article titled, 'Wildlife Entertainment Tourism: Delight or Plight?' highlights that animal cruelty continues to thrive in the name of tourism. Tourists, unaware of the harsh living conditions of these animals, unknowingly support such cruelty by visiting such places. The author writes on the ways in which this ostensibly benign industry needs to be exposed for what it does to its animals for the sake of catering to growing tourist demands, thereby stressing the need to create more awareness regarding the inhuman practices.

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