AVIS (Avian Information System of India), is an internet-based and peer-reviewed resource devoted to Indian Birds. It aims to disseminate comprehensive information on various aspects of the biology of Indian Birds, encourage their observation to study their natural history and ecology, gather population and distributional data in a centralized database, and spread awareness about their conservation.
The Biodiversity of India website, part of the Project Brahma Initiative, is an open-source, community driven project, much like Wikipedia, where anyone - regardless of their religion, nationality, language, expertise - can contribute their knowledge of India's biodiversity.
BIOTIK is a graphical identification system of the trees species of the rain forests in the Western Ghats of India and in the Northern Annamites Mountain range of Lao PDR. This web application covers 528 species and enables specialists and non-specialists to make determinations with the help of just a few number of characters.
Butterflies of India, an internet-based and peer-reviewed resource devoted to Indian butterflies. It is is designed to disseminate comprehensive information on various aspects of the biology of Indian butterflies, encourage their observation to study their natural history and ecology, gather population and distributional data in a centralized database, and spread awareness about their conservation.
DiversityIndia, has been a pioneer group in documenting India's biodiversity for conservation. It is spread across several social networking sites with the aim of collecting and sharing information on India's Biodiversity.
The India Energy Portal is built upon public-private partnership, to provide access to information and knowledge on various aspects of energy in a comprehensive manner to a variety of stakeholders.
The India Environment Portal is a platform aimed to actively collate and exchange data, research and information from people working in the field, in campaigns, in scientific institutions, in research and in industry.
The India Water Portal is an open, inclusive, web-based platform for sharing water management knowledge amongst practitioners and the general public. It aims to draw on the rich experience of practitioners and citizens who have worked on water issues and themes, and use the internet to disseminate this information and knowledge, to a wider audience.
Indian Bioresources Information Network (IBIN) is a distributed national database infrastructure offering information on diverse aspects of bio-resources of the country.
The Journal of Threatened Taxa (JoTT) is a monthly, online, open access, free access, peer-reviewed journal on wildlife, conservation, taxonomy, ecology and all aspects contributing to the science and action. It publishes timely, articles of importance for promoting conservation and encouraging wildlife studies in the biodiversity-rich countries of the world.
MigrantWatch is a citizen science non-governmental organization project in India for collection of information about bird migration. It collects information on the arrival, presence and departure of migrant birds that spend the winter in India and to assess any changes that occur in the timing of migration.
SeasonWatch is a citizen volunteer network that monitors the seasons as revealed by trees. We document the timing of flowering, fruiting and leaf-flush of roughly 100 tree species, and explore how this timing may be changing as the climate changes.
The Teachers of India Portal is a platform for teachers, teacher educators and others working in education in India. It aims to create a vibrant community of teachers through the sharing of knowledge and experience on a common platform.