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Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
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UN warns 25 % of world farmland highly degraded 28.11.2011 Hindustan Times: World
The United Nations has completed the first-ever global assessment of the state of the planet's land resources, finding in a report today that a quarter of all farmland is highly degraded and warning the trend must be reversed if the world's growing population is to be fed. ...
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To Mars for clues on origin of life on Earth 28.11.2011 NIE: Editorials
Looking for life elsewhere has been a pet dream project of scientists as they look for a clue to how it started here.
Upbeat forest dept moves black bucks in Kanha 27.11.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Upbeat forest dept moves black bucks in Kanha
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CNPC executives to face disciplinary action 26.11.2011 HBL: Home
Top brass of China’s state-owned oil company China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), including its Chairman, Mr Jiang Jiemin, will face disciplinary actions for a series of accidents, includi...
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A wealth of ideas for food security 25.11.2011 Hindu: Home
Swaminathan's call to blend traditional knowledge with frontier areas in farm science
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Environmentalists say Sumatran rhino on the brink of extinction 25.11.2011 New Kerala: India News
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Climate change: South Africa has much to lose 25.11.2011 Zee News : Science and Technology
Imagine the savannas of South Africa`s flagship Kruger Park so choked with brush, viewing what game is left is nearly impossible.
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Retail FDI: The big bucks may not pour in, for now 24.11.2011 HBL: Home
Existing partnerships between Indian and foreign retailers won't be affected
‘Ramp up policy action to fight forest invasive species' 24.11.2011 HBL: Economy

The country would need to evolve a new policy framework and initiate purposeful action to deal effectively with forest invasive species. In a growingly globalising world where man an...

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Experts moot conservation breeding for GIBs 24.11.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Experts moot conservation breeding for GIBs
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Tibet vulnerable to climate change, says Karmapa 24.11.2011 New Kerala: World News
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More effort to improve Lalbagh 24.11.2011 NIE: Bangalore
City Expresss spoke to Corporator of Srinagar Ward T Timme Gowda on his morning walk in Lalbagh.
" I have been visiting Lalbagh..
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FinMin asks ONGC, others to consider special dividend 23.11.2011 HBL: Home
Seeking to shore up its finances, the Finance Ministry has asked cash-rich oil PSUs like Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) to consider special dividend over and above the 30 per cent interim dividen...
Global food demand to double by 2050: Study 22.11.2011 New Kerala: India News
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Cranes, storks thriving in Uttar Pradesh wetlands 22.11.2011 New Kerala: World News
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'Forests can't be recreated in original form' 22.11.2011 TOI: All Headlines
'Forests can't be recreated in original form'
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A Storm Foretold 21.11.2011 Tehelka
As energy corridors, SEZs and tourism plunder our coasts, fishermen fight for their lives. Rohini Mohan sounds the warning on an impending crisis by the sea
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Many species in danger of extinction 21.11.2011 NIE: Thiruvananthapuram
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Scientists have raised concern about the indiscriminate export of the ornamental fish from the state, which co..
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Kerala: 6 plant species ‘critically endangered’ 20.11.2011 NIE: Kerala
KOZHIKODE: International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which released its latest Red List of various species last week,..
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ICTs can help Kerala adapt to climate change 19.11.2011 New Kerala: Kerala News
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