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Biodiversity Conservation (India) Limited (BCIL) is a collective of professionals striving to promote values of conservation. The main thrust of our activities has to do with the sensitive use and reuse of Earth's resources. We are a group of architects and environmentalists, geologists and geophysicists, energy and water technologists who realise that for such work as we do, our greatest resource is the involvement of people, be it rural communities or urban aesthetes. This involvement of local groups and individuals is critical to the success of all our projects. We realise that though people are getting increasingly eco-sensitive, they still flounder when it comes to applying principles of conservation to their daily lives. We attempt to fill just this unique niche. For us at BCIL, it is not enough to create awareness of environmental issues. We dare to go a step further. We provide you with opportunities to participate and gain lasting values.
Our expertise and experience in the realm of conservation is backed by relevant technologies, be it the creation of simple energy saving or generation devices, rainwater harnessing systems, waste water treatment technologies, and an array of management skills for soil, water and energy. Our long years of learning has helped us to employ energy-efficient building materials with traditional architecture that recognises contemporary engineering. This enables us to create and deliver working modules through which you can translate your environmental concerns into pertinent action. At home and in the workplace.
Our first initiative was to set up a self-sustained residential enclave to the south of Bangalore. In a campus called Trans Indus, we have 35-plus homes. We have just a few more on offer. Who knows, may be you could be one of them? Trans Indus will eventually consist of about 45 single-family-homes spread over a 42-acre campus. The power and water needs are sustainably managed. The state-of-the-art communication network and the fine set of leisure facilities make for an environment that enhances your quality of life. All our work so far has been designed to make the place a model of appropriate technology employed in practical application in an urban environment.


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News Articles [857 Associated News Articles listed on BioPortfolio]

Maximizing the carbon and biodiversity benefits of restoration along rivers and streams

(Point Blue Conservation Science) Restoring forests has become a world-wide strategy for simultaneously addressing the challenges of climate change and biodiversity conservation. In a new study, scien...

Biodiversity draws the ecotourism crowd

(Michigan State University) Nature -- if you support it, ecotourists will come. Managed wisely, both can win.The balancing act of protecting and fostering biodiversity with hordes of tourists in prist...

Marine Protected Areas overlook a large fraction of biodiversity hotspots

(Frontiers) Around 75 percent of marine biodiversity in Finnish waters is left unprotected, reveals a performance assessment of the country's current Marine Protected Area network. Increasing protecti...

A new study to improve seabird conservation in Patagonian ecosystems

(University of Barcelona) Preserving a 300,000 square km area in Patagonian waters could improve the conservation of 20 percent of the population of sea birds in their natural habitat, according to a ...

Governments Set Targets for Biodiversity Conservation by 2050

One hundred and ninety-six Governments have agreed to scale up investments for sustainable development and harmonious coexistence of all life on Earth by 2050. This was during the United Nations Biodi...

Small and isolated habitat patches crucial to species survival

(Point Blue Conservation Science) Small, local patches of habitat could be playing a much bigger role in conserving biodiversity than you think, according to new research. The global study just publis...

Primary tropical forests are best but regrowing forests are also vital to biodiversity

(Lancaster University) Even after 40 years of recovery, secondary forests remain species and carbon-poor compared to undisturbed primary forests, a new study reveals.However these secondary forests --...

25 UK species’ genomes sequenced for first time

25 Genomes project to aid conservation and understanding of biodiversity

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On the importance of monitoring and valuing all forms of biodiversity.

Pauchard et al claim that non-native species should not be granted conservation value, as this could hinder effort to curtail novel introductions. In this response, Schlaepfer counters that the positi...

A methodological approach to identify agro-biodiversity hotspots for priority in situ conservation of plant genetic resources.

Agro-biodiversity is seriously threatened worldwide and strategies to preserve it are dramatically required. We propose here a methodological approach aimed to identify areas with a high level of agro...

The effects of the Nepal community forestry program on biodiversity conservation and carbon storage.

Approximately 15.5% of global forest is controlled by ~1 billion local people and the area under community control is increasing. However, there is limited empirical evidence as to whether community c...

Hotspots within a global biodiversity hotspot - areas of endemism are associated with high mountain ranges.

Conservation biology aims at identifying areas of rich biodiversity. Currently recognized global biodiversity hotspots are spatially too coarse for conservation management and identification of hotspo...

Artificial reservoirs complement natural ponds to improve pondscape resilience in conservation corridors in a biodiversity hotspot.

Natural ponds are rich in biodiversity, contributing greatly to regional aquatic biodiversity. Artificial reservoirs used for irrigation can be significant additional features of the landscape. They i...

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The Role of Agricultural Biodiversity in The Diet: a Vietnamese Study

What is the role of Agricultural biodiversity in improving diet diversity, quality and nutrition?

A Self-Management Energy Conservation Program for Cancer-Related Fatigue

The purpose of this pilot study is to examine a 12-week self-management energy conservation program (ECAM)'s effects on fatigue, and secondarily on sleep, physical activity, anxiety and de...

Bilateral Oophorectomy Versus Ovarian Conservation

This is a pilot study to assess the feasibility of conducting a randomized, blinded, controlled trial of bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (BSO, removal of the ovaries and fallopian tubes) v...

Blood Conservation in Adult Cardiac Surgery, What is the Way Forward in Today's Practice?

The aim of this study is to compare retrograde autologous priming (RAP) of the bypass circuit to cell salvage (CS) as part of blood conservation strategies in adult cardiac surgery. It hyp...

DNA of Oral Cytobrush in Three Means Conservation

The aim of this study is to analyze genomic DNA of buccal cytobrush stored in three means conservation.

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