By Tanmayi Gidh, coordinator at Himalayan Ecotourism What part of the ‘normal’ life did you miss most since last year?
Working for women empowerment in the Himalayas
by Vishwa Maheshwari, intern I have always had three main interests – traveling, environmental conservation and social service. With things
How winning the Responsible Tourism Award 2019 has helped our initiative ?
By Stephan Marchal, Co-founder – Himalayan Ecotourism My life as an active conservationist started in India, in the state of
‘Stop Forest Fires’ Campaign
By Akshit Awasthi, intern After three weeks, working on the project of awareness regarding Forest Fires, I visited villages around
Working with HET – Part 2
by Tanya Issar, intern HET a social enterprise focuses on social causes covering projects like “Stop Forest Fire”. Since its
My First Encounter with Forest Fires
By Akshit Awasthi, Intern One of the main environmental issues faced in the Western Himalayas are the rapid increase of
Working with HET – Part 1
I was appointed by HET to work on the project of Stop Forest Fires. Along with that I was requested to train a young local woman to continue working on the project.
Flames in the forest
Authors : Apoorv Devgan & Stephan Marchal. Published in the Indian Express on the 21st of April 2018 Concerted effort involving
Women empowerment with HET
By Anuja Joshi, intern Himalayan ecotourism, the name itself signifies how exotic this could be. I was so looking forward
Author: Nimesh Ved First appeared in: Sanctuary Asia, Vol. XXXV No. 10, October, 2015 One after another, six Himalayan Vultures