Environment & Ecology

Major Enviroment & Ecology topics for IAS prelims & mains

In IAS prelims an mains the focus on environment & ecology has increased tremendously . Keeping this in view we have designed our curicullam in such a way that all the aspects of this are properly and accordingly dealt with .

  1. Climate Change Impacts
  2. Kyoto & Montreal
  3. United Nations Conference on the Human Environment
  4. Kyoto Protocol
  5. Flexible Mechanisms
  6. Emissions trading
  7. Clean Development Mechanism
  8. Joint Implementation
  9. Monitoring emission targets
  10. Mechanism of compliance
  11. The Cancun Climate Change Conference- 2010
  12. Durban Climate Change Conference 2011
  13. United Nations Climate Change Conference- Doha.
  14. Climate and Clean Air Coalition to Reduce Short-Lived Climate Pollutants
  15. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
  16. Nobel Peace Prize
  17. The NAPCC
  18. National Clean Energy Fund
  19. Ozone layer
  20. Montreal Protocol
  21. Green accounting
  22. What is the “Green Economy”?
  23. What is the Poverty-Environment Initiative
  24. Sustainable Development
  25. United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
  26. Agenda 21
  27. Agenda 21 for culture (2002)
  28. Rio+20
  29. Pollution
  30. Air Pollution
  31. Coral Bleaching
  32. Noise pollution
  33. Radioactive Pollution
  34. Desertification
  35. United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification
  36. Biodiversity
  37. Distribution
  38. Latitudinal gradients
  39. Hotspots
  40. The Two biodiversity hot spots of India
  41. The Western Ghats and The Eastern Himalaya
  42. The Western Ghats
  43. The Eastern Himalayas
  44. Benefits of Biodiversity
  45. Threats to Biodiversity
  46. Conservation, Protection and restoration techniques
  47. International conventions on biodiversity
  48. Convention on Biological Diversity
  49. 2012 COP 11
  50. The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety
  51. The Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-sharing
  52. Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, including Aichi Biodiversity Targets
  53. United Nations Decade on Biodiversity
  54. Convention on Biological Diversity- Hyderabad
  55. Green Haat 2013 “Connecting Nature with Our Lives”
  56. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES);
  57. Bonn Convention
  58. International Union for Conservation of Nature
  59. IUCN Red List
  60. United Nations REDD Programme
  61. India’s preparedness for REDD
  62. The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands
  63. List of Ramsar Sites in India
  64. The Montreux Record
  65. MANGROVES
  66. The Biological Diversity Act 2002
  67. National Biodiversity Authority
  68. The Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF)
  69. National Green Tribunal (NGT)
  70. Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem (BOBLME)
  71. BioDIVA Explores the Sustainable and Gender-Equitable Use of Agrobiodiversity
  72. MY GANGA, MY DOLPHIN
  73. Biodiversity banking
  74. Bioprospecting
  75. Biopiracy
  76. Global Environment Facility
  77. Biosphere Reserves
  78. Biosphere reserves of India
  79. List of Biosphere Reserves In India
  80. National park
  81. National parks of India
  82. Protected Area Network in India
  83. India’s forest policy
  84. India state of forest report 2011
  85. Forest survey of India
  86. Appiko movement
  87. Silent Valley Movement
  88. Project Tiger
  89. Tiger census:295 tigers added, population estimated
  90. India Adopts a New Refined Protocol to Monitor Tigers
  91. Project Elephant
  92. MIKE
  93. Gir Lion Project
  94. Crocodile Breeding Project:
  95. Rhino Conservation:
  96. Snow Leopard project
  97. Chiru Conservation
  98. The Living Environment
  99. Introduction – What is an Ecosystem?
  100. Components of an Ecosystem
  101. Processes of Ecosystems
  102. Ecology
  103. Ecological succession