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Resources

The library has over 17,000 volumes of books on a range of subjects, 60 journals, 250 newsletters, and top newspapers in English and Hindi. 

Journals

1. Heritage Amruth
2. BBC Wildlife
3. Biblio
4. Bionotes
5. Birding Asia
6. Forktail
7. BNHS Journal
8. Book Review
9. Cobra
10. Conservation & Society
11. Current Science
12. Dams, River & People
13. Digit
14. Down to Earth
15. Environmental Ethics
16. Economic and Political Weekly
17. Geography & you
18. Grass Roots
19. Green Hope
20. Highlights for Children’s
21. Himal South Asian
22. IBCN Organization Membership (MISTNET)
23. Indian Birds
24. Indian Journal of Forestry
25. Indian Journal of Marine Science
26. Journal of Education for Sustainable Development
27. Journal of Environmental Biology
28. Journal of Environmental Biology
29. Journal of Indian Ocean Studies
30. Journal of resource, energy and development
31. Journal of intellectual property right
32. Journal of Natural History Society
33. Journal of Non-Timber Forest Products
34. Mausam
35. National Geographic
36. Newsletter of Birdwatchers
37. Outlook
38. Outlook Traveller
39. Our Earth
40. Sanctuary Asia & CUB
41. Seminar
42. The Economist
43. Time
44. Tiger Papers
45. India Today
46. India Today (Hindi)
47. Business India
48. Frontline
49. Caravan
50. First City
51. Week
52. Open
53. Tehelka
54. Civil Society

Newspapers

English
1. The Times of India
2. The Hindustan Times
3. The Indian Express
4. The Pioneer
5. The Hindu
6. Deccan Herald
7. Asian Age
8. International Herald Tribune
9. The Statesman
10. Mail Today

Hindi
1. Navbharat Times
2. Dainik Jagran
Repository of newspaper articles
Newspaper articles relevant to WWF’s thematic areas are kept for a period of 1 year for reference. These articles call under the following broad topics:

1. Climate Change and Global Warming
2. Environmental Education
3. Case studies on environmental impacts and management
4. Animals
5. Forestry
6. Land
7. People and voluntary agencies
8. Pollution
9. WWF in the news
10. Protected Areas
11. Energy and power sector
12. Water
13. Marine
14. Reptiles
15. Insects
16. Birds
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