Climate Change & Conservation

Joint impacts of climate change and forest degradation on the survival of Himalayan birds


A Yellow-throated Fulvetta (Pseudominla cinerea), one of the study species, with a numbered aluminium ring on its leg. Bird ringing allows us to estimate how survival probabilities change over time because of climate change. This informs effective conservation action that maximises the resilience of species in the face of climate change and habitat loss.


Joint impacts of climate change and forest degradation on the survival of Himalayan birds

CES welcomes a new faculty member: Umesh Srinivasan

Umesh Srinivasan

It gives us great pleasure to welcome Dr. (Dr.) Umesh Srinivasan to CES. Umesh joins as Assistant Professor after completing a postdoc at Princeton University, prior to which he completed his PhD at NCBS. The doctor in parenthesis refers to an MBBS he did before he became obsessed with ecology and conservation!

CES In-House Symposium
Students and Faculties of CES
Date & Time: 
20 Jan 2020 - 9:00am to 22 Jan 2020 - 12:45pm
Event Type: 
CES Seminar Hall, 3rd Floor, Biological Sciences Building

CES IHS 2020
Talks, Posters, Short documentaries, Panel discussion, Science and Creativity stalls

Bangalore - Unlivable city (Editorial in Current Science) by T.V. Ramachandra and Bharath H. Aithal

Bangalore-Unlivable city

This article was published in 'Current Science' dated 25th June 2016 as Guest Editorial and the weblink is
Bengaluru’s reality: towards unlivable status with unplanned urban trajectory

India to setup eight ecological observatories to monitor effects of global warming on eco-sensitive,bio-diverse regions

Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar announced at the COP21 meeting in Paris recently that India will set up eight new Long Term Ecological Observatories (I-LTEO) to monitor the effects of global warming on eco-sensitive, bio-diverse regions.