31st Aug, 2021
19th Jul, 2021
The report, titled, “A future for all - the need for human-wildlife coexistence”, by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) has stated that conflict between humans and animals is one of the main threats to the long-term survival of some of the world’s most iconic species.
24th May, 2021
Another cyclone is expected to hit the eastern coast of India after Cyclone Tauktae ravaged through the western coast of India.
The Union environment ministry called for expressions of interest from consultancies to prepare a draft comprehensive amendment to the Indian Forest Act 1927.
In what appears to a re-run of recent developments in Little Andaman Island, more than 150 sq. km. of land is being made available for Phase I of a NITI Aayog-piloted ‘holistic’ and ‘sustainable’ vision for Great Nicobar Island, the southernmost in the Andaman and Nicobar group.
22nd Feb, 2021
Rampant poaching and mushrooming international wildlife trade fuelled by Chinese poachers, has resulted in the dwindling population of pangolins in Cameroon and other parts of the world.
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