User: subbu Topic: Climate Change
Category: Impacts :: Disease
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'Seminars, competitions alright but need of the hour is plantation drives' 6.6.2007 Indian Express
'Seminars, competitions alright but need of the hour is plantation drives'
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'Seminars, competitions alright but need of the hour is plantation drives' 6.6.2007 Indian Express
'Seminars, competitions alright but need of the hour is plantation drives'
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Perfect 10 6.6.2007 Financial Express
Perfect 10
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Look at what rich nations do, not what they say 6.6.2007 Hindu: Opinion
Take the thousands of Filipino children who die every year courtesy the formula milk corporates, backed by U.S. lobbying.
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The longest goodbye 5.6.2007 Telegraph: Opinion
dear, I'm afraid there is no escape. I really can't avoid writing about Tony Blair and the longest goodbye in history. I imagine that the public tolerance level for comebacks and further goodbyes by ageing singing stars, Frank Sinatra and his ilk, must be drastically reduced in the case of politicians. So perhaps the prime minister feels that he has to drag the whole thing out for the sake of his adoring public. If that is the case, I fear he forgets the Iraqi elephant in the room and is sadly deceived. The only thing stopping the population cheering his departure to the rafters is the thought of dour and, more importantly, unelected Gordon Brown stepping into the hotseat and making us squirm with his vain attempts to become warm and cuddly. A natural ...
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Look at what the world's leaders do 5.6.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Comment is free: George Monbiot: The G8 nations present themselves as a force for unmitigated good. It is a deception.
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Timber industry hit by shisham tree disease 5.6.2007 Business Standard
Timber industry hit by shisham tree disease
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'Melting Ice: A Hot Topic' 4.6.2007 Rediff: Business
Countires across the globe celebrate World Environment Day on June 5. And the theme this year is 'Melting Ice – a Hot Topic.'
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Bush isolated on climate change heading into G8 4.6.2007 Hindustan Times: News
US president heads to this year's Group of Eight summit determined to block binding cuts in greenhouse-gas emissions, leaving him isolated among other G8 leaders who favour stronger action on global warming.
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Climate change and its impact on developmental activities 4.6.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Climate change and its impact on developmental activities
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Bush isolated on climate change heading into G8 4.6.2007 New Kerala: World News
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India won't bow to US pressure 3.6.2007 Hindustan Times: News
The issue is a key topic of discussion at this week's G8 summit in Germany, where the PM is expected to come under pressure to do more to curb emissions.
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India to resist Bush pressure on global warming 3.6.2007 Express India-- Front Page
India, one of the world's top polluters, will not accept equal responsibility to cut emissions and combat climate change despite US President George W. Bush's proposal for a deal among top emitters, officials said on Sunday.
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Opportunity for Indian rice exporter 1.6.2007 Central Chronicle
Opportunity for Indian rice exporter
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World's great apes face disaster 31.5.2007 The Guardian -- World Latest
Hunting, logging and biofuels demand are prime threats, says Leakey.
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India to reduce emissions by 25% 29.5.2007 Financial Express
India to reduce emissions by 25%
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Rising temperatures may change infectious disease patterns 23.5.2007 New Kerala: Health News
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Nitin Desai: Climate concerns 17.5.2007 Business Standard
Nitin Desai: Climate concerns
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Health Ministry warns of spurt in diseases 16.5.2007 Indian Express
Health Ministry warns of spurt in diseases
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Beckett: Climate change could lead to global conflict 11.5.2007 The Guardian -- World Latest
· Foreign secretary warns of battle for scarce resources· UN vote on Zimbabwe taking environment chair
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