User: indiatogether Topic: Environment
Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
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Tracking the king 10.6.2013 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Tracking the king
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Pressure on New Zealand to save world's rarest dolphin 10.6.2013 Deccan Chronicle: Lifestyle
WELLINGTON - New Zealand is facing pressure to save the world's rarest dolphin at an international scientific meeting underway this week in what conservationists say is a test of the nation's "clean, green" credentials. The Maui's dolphin, found only in shallow waters off the North Island's west
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Environment Ministry not keen on Tipaimukh 10.6.2013 Manipur: E-Pao
Environment Ministry not keen on Tipaimukh
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Winged guests are in Bahraich for summer vacations 10.6.2013 Allahabad - City - The Times of India
Birds need no visas to cross the borders and they are already here as the special guests of summers.
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The Goa Dossier: Ghats Of Perdition 10.6.2013 Society
Lopsided development can kill a fragile mountain ecosystem
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Gulf of Mannar isle splits in two, may sink 9.6.2013 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Gulf of Mannar isle splits in two, may sink
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Flora alert in heat-cursed, concrete jungles 8.6.2013 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Jharkhand, aka the Land of Forests, is fast reaching withering heights.
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‘Locals need final say on development in Western Ghats’ 7.6.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Locals need final say on development in Western Ghats’
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Rajasthan's Rs 13-crore plan to save Great Indian Bustard 7.6.2013 newindianexpress.com
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Power board dusts up its campaign for Athirapilly project 7.6.2013 Hindu: News
Once again, the Kerala State Electricity Board is knocking at the doors of the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests with the hope that the Athirapilly hydel power project will get the go-ahea...
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How humans and animals are interrelated 6.6.2013 New Kerala: Technology
Washington, June 6 : A new research delves deeper into our relationship with other creatures, critically examining our own animal nature, and looking at how animals profoundly influence our culture - perhaps more so than we had initially thought.
Rajasthan announces Project Great Indian Bustard 6.6.2013 Down to Earth
State's population of 100 bustards crucial for recovery of the critically endangered bird in India The Great Indian Bustard population has dwindled from 1,500-2,000 in the 1980s to 250-300 (Photo: Clement Francis M) Rajasthan, home to one of the last remaining populations of the Great Indian Bustard, has charted out a plan to recover the population of the critically endangered bird. On June 5, the state announced Rs 12 crore-Project Great Indian Bustard, which is to be initiated from this year. Homepage Teaser: State's population of 100 bustards crucial for recovery of the critically endangered bird in India ...
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Health dept asks people to pledge for reducing foodprint on World Environment Day 6.6.2013 New Kerala: Punjab
Jalandhar, Jun 5 : World Environment Day was observed in the city with the message from health authorities to control anti-food wastage and loss campaign to encourage people to reduce their foodprint.
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Mangrove coral reef cover grows 5.6.2013 Hindustan Times: India
Mangrove coral reef cover grows
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Best of nature conserved away from crumbling cities 5.6.2013 Hindustan Times: India
Best of nature conserved away from crumbling cities
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Food security and sustainable farming are two sides of the same coin 5.6.2013 Latest News
Food security is a complex socio-economic issue, intricately linked to human health and sustainable economic development. Historically, large sections of the world's population continued to experience hunger, exacerbated by human activities or ...
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Japanese book on farming in Tamil 5.6.2013 newindianexpress.com
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PREPAK shares thoughts on Environment Day 5.6.2013 Manipur: E-Pao
PREPAK shares thoughts on Environment Day
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Economic growth without degrading the environment 5.6.2013 ET: Opinion
The environmental footprint of a person has grown tremendously. We are consuming natural resources at a much faster rate than what nature can replenish.
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Rediscovered frog is 'living fossil' 4.6.2013 BBC: World
The Hula painted frog, which was recently rediscovered after being declared extinct, has been reclassified as a "living fossil".
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