In Frontline, Resurgence 256 (September/October 2009) we published an article about the plight of Asian elephants and, in particular, of one of the largest remaining wild populations based in the Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve in Tamil Nadu, India. The traditional migration route for this critically important population of elephants was under threat by a planned neutrino observatory due to be built in Singara, in the heart of the elephant corridor and the Mudumalai national tiger reserve.

Resurgence readers were encouraged to go online and register opposition to this plan as part of the wider protest ...


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