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Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
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Countries argue over how to save forests ! 27.10.2010 Zee News : Science and Technology
One hectare of a tropical forest yields us benefits worth $6,120 every year, far more than gained by cutting that forest down.
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China panda baby boom aids against extinction 27.10.2010 Hindustan Times: News
China's panda population is booming in 2010, thanks to a record number of births in captivity, a rare accomplishment for the endangered species known for being poor breeders. The most recent addition - the birth of female twins - brought the total number of births in 2010 to 19, surpassing the record of 18 births in 2006, Tang Chunxiang, an expert at the Wolong Panda reserve in Sichuan province, said on Tuesday.
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Save 587 sites to save life, urge scientists 26.10.2010 New Kerala: Andhra Pradesh
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Ancient insects find shows India wasn't isolated 50mn yrs ago 26.10.2010 Deccan Herald: International
Ancient insects find shows India wasn't isolated 50mn yrs ago
Countries argue over how to save forests 26.10.2010 New Kerala: India News
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Countries argue over how to save forests 26.10.2010 Deccan Herald: International
Countries argue over how to save forests
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India plays mediator at biodiversity summit 25.10.2010 New Kerala: India News
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Invasive species, climate change form ‘deadly duo’: scientists 25.10.2010 Hindu: S & T
Invasive species, commonly known as weeds, along with climate change form a “deadly duo”, posing a danger not only to the environment but also to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of co...
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India plays mediator at biodiversity summit 25.10.2010 Deccan Herald: International
India plays mediator at biodiversity summit
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Section 144 imposed to save Sohra forests 25.10.2010 The Telegraph : North East
Section 144 imposed to save Sohra forests
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Deadlock in UN talks on saving biodiversity: groups 25.10.2010 PTI: All news
Deadlock in UN talks on saving biodiversity: groups
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Deadlock in Nagoya talks on biodiversity! 25.10.2010 Zee News : Science and Technology
UN talks aimed at brokering a deal to protect the world`s diminishing natural resources have made little progress, green groups said ahead of the summit`s crucial second phase starting Monday.
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Recent Developments In Science And Technology 24.10.2010 Kangla Online
Recent Developments In Science And Technology
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green groupsDeadlock in UN talks on saving biodiversity: green groups 24.10.2010 Deccan Herald: International
green groupsDeadlock in UN talks on saving biodiversity: green groups
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Deadlock in UN talks on saving biodiversity: green groups 24.10.2010 Hindustan Times: News
UN talks aimed at brokering a deal to protect the world's diminishing natural resources have made little progress, green groups said ahead of the summit's crucial second phase starting on Monday.
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KMSS lashes out at CM 23.10.2010 The Assam Tribune
KMSS lashes out at CM
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Gogoi allays fears on mega dams 23.10.2010 The Assam Tribune
Gogoi allays fears on mega dams
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Eagle's Eye: UN urged to freeze climate geo-engineering projects 23.10.2010 Central Chronicle
Eagle's Eye: UN urged to freeze climate geo-engineering projects
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Gogoi urges Manmohan to set up team to examine safety of dam 23.10.2010 Hindu: Home
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi impressed upon the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that the Central government or the National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) should set up a “Te...
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Decision makers seeing economic value of natural assets: report 23.10.2010 New Kerala: World News
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