User: indiatogether Topic: Environment
Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
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When a mob attacked the Thamarassery forest office 20.11.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
When a mob attacked the Thamarassery forest office
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India's dino man explains how life began 20.11.2013 TOI: All Headlines
India's dino man explains how life began
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Women lead the way in eco-conservation 19.11.2013 India Together - Environment

Women in the Sunderbans region of West Bengal are setting a trend in climate change mitigation through projects under the "Common Property Resource" initiative, and carving new frontiers in livelihood security in the process. Ajitha Menon reports.
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Women lead the way in conservation 19.11.2013 India Together
Women in the Sunderbans region of West Bengal are setting a trend in climate change mitigation through projects under the "Common Property Resource" initiative, and carving new frontiers in livelihood security in the process. Ajitha Menon reports.
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Calling a truce 18.11.2013 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Calling a truce
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Global climate change likely to affect dominant coral population 17.11.2013 TOI: All Headlines
Global climate change likely to affect dominant coral population
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Global climate change likelier to affect dominant coral population 16.11.2013 New Kerala: World News
Washington, Nov. 16 : Researchers have said that the dominant, abundant corals that have wide distributions are much affected by global changes in climate and ocean chemistry mostly affect.
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Climate change likelier to affect dominant coral population 16.11.2013 Zee News : Science and Technology
Researchers have said that the dominant, abundant corals that have wide distributions are much affected by global changes in climate and ocean chemistry mostly affect.
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Western Ghats world’s second-most vital forest for threatened species 16.11.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Western Ghats world’s second-most vital forest for threatened species
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Global climate change likelier to affect dominant coral population 16.11.2013 Zee News : Science and Technology
Researchers have said that the dominant, abundant corals that have wide distributions are much affected by global changes in climate and ocean chemistry mostly affect.
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Western Ghats world’s second-most vital forest for threatened species 16.11.2013 Hindu: Home
Science paper places mountain chain on list of 137 ‘irreplaceable’ protected areas globally
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First detailed map of global forest change created 15.11.2013 New Kerala: World News
Washington, Nov. 15 : A University of Maryland-led, multi-organizational research team has developed the first high-resolution global map of forest extent, loss and gain.
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‘Miss Kerala’ set to get a lifeline 15.11.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Miss Kerala’ set to get a lifeline
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Coral adopts endangered bird 15.11.2013 New Kerala: West Bengal
Kolkata, Nov 15 : Software solutions provider Coral Soff'wares has joined hands with the Alipore Zoological Garden, Kolkata to participate and be involved in the needs and welfare of the animals / birds at the Kolkata Zoo.
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Rare Indian Skimmer sighted in Dibru Saikhowa 15.11.2013 The Assam Tribune
Rare Indian Skimmer sighted in Dibru Saikhowa
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Natural windbreaks help sustain bird diversity, says study 15.11.2013 TOI: All Headlines
Natural windbreaks help sustain bird diversity, says study
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Rare bird sighted at Dibru-Saikhowa 15.11.2013 The Telegraph : North East
Dibrugarh, Nov. 14: The sighting of an Indian skimmer bird at Dibru-Saikhowa National Park in Tinsukia district has brought cheer to bird lovers.
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Eco-friendly village to save green cover 15.11.2013 Kanpur - City - The Times of India
At a time when the threat of climate change induced by global warming is looming large over our eco-system, the local environmentalists of Etawah have come up with a noble concept of making villagers aware about the benefits of plantation to save the shrinking green cover.
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India fishing in troubled Sri Lankan waters 13.11.2013 Down to Earth
Why the long-standing dispute between India and Sri Lanka over fishers crossing maritime boundaries remains unresolved Many Indian bottom trawlers fish in Sri Lankan waters. These are blamed for damaging marine ecosystem and destroying smaller nets and boats of Sri Lankan fishers (Photo: M.arunprasad) ...
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Tasmanian tiger ‘no doubt’ still alive, says group 13.11.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Tasmanian tiger ‘no doubt’ still alive, says group
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