Following the Turtle Trail in Coastal Karnataka: Bangalore Times, 5th January 2018

Following the Turtle Trail in Coastal Karnataka: Bangalore Times, 5th January 2018

The survival of the sea turtle is critically linked to the conservation of our environment. The huge number of deaths of these creatures, particularly during the nesting season is a key indicator that we need to relook at our conservation efforts, as well as the programmes in place to educate the fisherman community.

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Leaving Prejudice Behind – My Experience in India: Jan Philipp Zaun, Germany – LTV Volunteer

Leaving Prejudice Behind – My Experience in India: Jan Philipp Zaun, Germany – LTV Volunteer

Staying abroad makes time pass in a weird way. On the one hand, it feels like I arrived a month ago, just coming out of orientation. On the other hand, I can barely remember my first traveling experience in India – it must have been at least a year ago.

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Sea Turtle Work Camp: Till Schirrmeister, Germany – IJGD participant in STC Project

Sea Turtle Work Camp: Till Schirrmeister, Germany – IJGD participant in STC Project

Once a year, FSL-India conducts a work camp for Sea Turtle Conservation (STC). So, for the last 2 weeks, from 15th-28th January, one work camp volunteer, Donghyun Han from South Korea, joined our project.

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A Few Words and Love: Aiswarya, Outbound Participant – Service Civique, France

A Few Words and Love: Aiswarya, Outbound Participant – Service Civique, France

When there is no language to communicate and no prior experiences with the environment or people, how will we create healthy relationships with people? I wanted to know the answer to my question. That is why I decided to move to France without learning French. Fortunately, in the organisation where I work, only a few people understand English. So it is a perfect opportunity for the experiment for myself.

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The 20th Happy Move Camp (HMC): Pre-Orientation for JNTU’s NSS students at Anantapur

The 20th Happy Move Camp (HMC): Pre-Orientation for JNTU’s NSS students at Anantapur

FSL-India is well-known for the Happy Move Camp organized and implemented every year, in collaboration with national and international partners – KIA Motors Company, South Korea, Hyundai Motors India Foundation and BWO-Better World Organization, South Korea.

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Plastic Waste Collection Rally by FSL-India’s CEL, Kundapur & Gram Panchayat, Neralakatte

Plastic Waste Collection Rally by FSL-India’s CEL, Kundapur & Gram Panchayat, Neralakatte

On 19th January, under the leadership of Manjesh BM, Field Officer, and Manjunath B, CEL Coordinator, FSL-India organised a plastic waste collection rally jointly with the Neralakatte Gram Panchayat, to create awareness on Plastic Waste Management.

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Honey Bees at FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living, Kundapur

Honey Bees at FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living, Kundapur

Beekeeping or apiculture is one of the world’s oldest occupations and has been in existence since antiquity. It is relatively inexpensive and hugely rewarding, as the benefits are many and varied. FSL-India decided to engage in beekeeping due to the increasing global problem caused by non-organic agriculture, i.e. the loss of pollinators, which are, just as the targeted pests, killed by the pesticides used.

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