Listed Below are a number of Handbooks/CDs that the team at Kalpavriksh have published. These handbooks/cds are an excellent resource for teachers who wish to impart environment awareness among the students. Many of these can be adapted for use depending on the ecosystems where they live.

secretsofJungleFlyer image Secrets of the Jungle is an activity book for children, based on the forests of Central India. It is jointly published by Kalpavriksh and Last Wilderness Foundation. It is written by Tanya Majmudar and Sharmila Deo. Its hindi version Jungle ke Rahasya is translated into Hindi by Bhavna Menon and is available with Last Wilderness Foundation
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Ri Gyancha – A biodiversity resource kit for educators in Ladakh has been re-published. This is a revised edition.  It was first published in 2010 (Click here to learn more/ Review).

Copies are available at Kalpavriksh and at Snow Leopard Conservancy-India Trust, Leh.

 brtcdcover icon The Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple (BRT) Wildlife Sanctuary in Karnataka, is one of South India's finest sanctuaries. Home to a host of wildlife including the tiger, the area is a vital link between the Western and Eastern Ghats. The Soliga tribals have lived in the forests of the Biligiri Rangaswamy (BR) Hills for centuries. Forests Alive! is an Environmental Handbook for teachers about BRT Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka. This is also available in CD Format. Click here for more details.
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"Vana Sanjeevana" is an environment education handbook produced by Kalpavriksh. It is a Kannada translation  of the handbook "Forests Alive!" It contains valuable information pertaining to the sanctuary and the wildlife within the Biligiri Rangaswamy Hills, Karnataka.

Click here for more details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please read the Review on the Forests Alive! CD that appeared in Teacher Plus Journal. 

 

ti frontpageTreasured Islands is an Environmental Handbook for the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This handbook was researched and written and illustrated at Kalpavriksh by Sunita Rao and her team, with support from ANET(MCBT) (The Andaman and Nicobar Islands Environmental Team, a division of the Madras Crocodile  Bank Trust).

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