User: Genecampaign Topic: Climate Change
Category: Impacts :: Species
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Yangtze river dolphin declared extinct 8.8.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Scientists blame disappearance of species on shipping, hunting and fishing.
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Special Article 5.8.2007 The Statesman
Special Article
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A workshop to combat tiger crisis 27.7.2007 Deccan Herald
A workshop to combat tiger crisis
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Threats to global commons 25.7.2007 The Assam Tribune
Threats to global commons
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Global warming threatening existence of soft corals 14.7.2007 New Kerala: World News
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Wildlife Watch: CUL-DE-SAC 14.7.2007 The Statesman
Wildlife Watch: CUL-DE-SAC
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Preserve Nature for posterity, youth told 11.7.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
We have no right to abuse it: former judge
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Danger of climate change equal to N war 10.7.2007 Central Chronicle
Danger of climate change equal to N war
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Rare blooms which have the flower power 30.6.2007 TOI: Lucknow Times
If antiquity is what nature is offering to mankind now, then Jurassic-era flora is certainly finding a new lease of life in apna Lucknow.
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Flower power: UP's in Phool bloom 30.6.2007 TOI: Kanpur Times
Blooming of rare flowers due to global warming has our scientists taking a keen interest as they call these 'survivors' the plants of the future.
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Pick up a penguin? Not this one 27.6.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Person-sized bird with fearsome spear for a beak roamed Peru 36 million years ago.
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Pick up a penguin? Not this one you wouldn't 26.6.2007 The Guardian -- World Latest
· Evidence of giant bird found by fossil hunters · Creature may have used 18cm beak as spear
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NBRI to build climate chambers 26.6.2007 TOI: Cities
In order to build up capacity for advance research, National Botanical Research institute (NBRI) at Lucknow is constructing climate chambers in its premises.
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Cashmere: soft, stylish, and the perfect meal for a hungry moth 26.6.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Life & style: Pest control firm reports surge in infestations of fabric-eating species despite overall fall in numbers.
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Fossil of person-sized penguin found 25.6.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Bird 150cm tall with fearsome spear for a beak roamed Peru 36 million years ago.
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At last, some good news on conservation 21.6.2007 India Together - Environment

India's community conservation areas (CCAs) are nowhere near prosaic; they are instead heartening and remarkable pools of ecological and biodiversity rejuvenation in a country beset with environmental degradation in its bid to industrialise. Keya Acharya identifies the silver lining.
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Early springs a problem for Arctic creatures 20.6.2007 Hindu: Opinion
Long-term survey reveals extended summers. Fragile ecosystem being dramatically disrupted.
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Trawl ban and climate change 20.6.2007 HBL: Agri-Biz & Commodities
The annual monsoon trawl ban highlights the need for a sustainable fisheries resource management policy that will also incorporate the global effects of climate change.
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Early Arctic spring indication of climate change 19.6.2007 New Kerala: World News
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Is carbon offsetting the solution? 10.6.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Life & style: We burn fossil fuel in the developed world - and plant trees in Africa. It sounds like a win-win situation. But is it? Mark Honigsbaum reports.
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