NICHE is an acronym that stands for Network of Innovators for Change.
It is envisaged to be a platform that develops a network of experts, forest officers and problem solvers.
NICHE provides a platform for the following:
eForestFire - Himalayan Forest Fire Prediction
Tree Banks – An Innovative Technique for Quick Generation of Green Belts at significantly lesser Costs (one fourth the cost in this project)
Rescuing Elephant using Archimedes’ Law of Floatation
important role in protecting the Gharial Crocodile from being extinct
Curious Case of Mangrove Resurgence Changed
Public Service: Bold Ideas to Actions
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Wetland Conservation and Sustainable Livelihood through Ecotourism in Chhattisgarh
Ecology, Economics, and Equity of the Pastoral Systems in the Khangchendzonga National Park, Sikkim Himalaya, India
Eco restoration of Dayara Bugyal in Uttarakhand
Greening of Bengaluru(Urban Forestry)
Ecology, Economics, and Equity of the Pastoral Systems in the Khangchendzonga National Park, Sikkim
Bonphool - Pure Wild Mangrove Honey in West Bengal
Bamboo Bottles and Bamboo Products for Livelihood Creation and Sustainable Development
Conservation of Amur Falcon in Nagaland
Increased green cover, Stopping Forest Fires and Generating Employment in Jharkhand
Reviving a dead lake inside Chennai Zoo
TN Forest Officer Protects 100-Acre of Mangroves, 40000 Turtles & More, Wins Global Award
Forest Officer Helps Rural Women Earn 10 Times More
bust an international network of pangolin smugglers in Athagarh and Khunnpunni.
Why Thousands of Chhattisgarh Adivasis Protested This Forest Officer’s Transfer
Mr Ranthambhore,’ The Forest Officer Who Showed India How to Protect Tigers
Forest Officer Creates Odisha’s First Eco-Village, Helps Residents Earn Rs 2 Crore
Forest Officer Defies Dry Spells, Grows 1.5 Lakh Trees In Drought-Hit K’taka District
Plastic Bottles to Discarded Tyres: Forest Officer Upcycles Waste Into Stunning Garden!
1000+ Tribal Youth From 51 Villages Now Have Jobs, Thanks To This MP Forest Officer
Rajgir Zoo Safari and Nature Safari
Turning Bamboo into Green Gold
Jharkhand’s Lohardaga district has 400 villagers who have doubled their income by turning dry leaves, the source of their forest fires, into briquettes. 2.With 3 Lakh Trees, Jharkhand IFS Officer Transforms 5000-Hectare Forest In 4 Years
Meet the IIT-Grad-Turned-IFS-Officer Who Helped Save Sikkim’s Forests & Dying Springs
Meet K M Chinnappa, the one-man army on a crusade to protect wildlife for over 50 years
Meet ‘Mr Kaziranga’, The IFS Officer Guarding India’s Rhinos for 20 Years 2. Makes 6 New Wetlands in Kaziranga, Ensures Water For Rhinos, Elephants
Meet Raseela Vadher, the forest officer who has rescued over 1,000 animals
Madhya Pradesh IFS Officers Plant 54,000 Saplings in a Day, Turn Barren Hill Green
To save the endangered state animal of Chhattisgarh, a daunting 4-day road trip of 1900 kilometres was embarked upon, traversing state borders.
Story of these forest officials carrying a baby elephant has gone viral
Boosting ecotourism, the Sessa Orchid Sanctuary is home to more than 236 species of orchids as well as a wealthy diversity of mushrooms and other medicinal plants.
Indian Forest Officer Turns 'Maoist Hotspot' Of Kuru Region Into 'Tourism Hub'
Andaman Officer Replaces Plastic Bags In Forest Nurseries With Areca Leaf Sheaths
IFS Officer Powers His Kitchen via Biogas, Gives Fertiliser By-Product to Forest Dept
Greening of Bengaluru village
recovering 130 acres of forest land from private encroachments,
TravelTales: A Forest Officer’s Vision Created This Secret ‘Beach’ in Uttar Pradesh
Transforms 12,000 sq ft Barren Land Into Lush Park!
IFS Officer Turns 2.5 Acre Himalayan Dumpyard Into Lush Paradise In Just Months
Indian Forest Service officials revive dried lake at Vandalur Zoo in Chennai
Singlehandedly Built 497 Toilets in Tribal Colonies!
Vocal For Local': This Uttarakhand Forest Officer Is Helping Locals Use Cow Dung To Make Sustainable Products
Built an Award-Winning System to Prevent Forest Fires