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Say no to tiger selfies. They fund tiger abuse, fuel wildlife industry

Say no to tiger selfies. They fund tiger abuse, fuel wildlife ...

Tiger temples in Thailand are a huge tourist attraction. And many of us Indians, who love holidaying in Thailand, are guilty of promoting this cruelty against tigers. Taking selfies with tigers, who have been disciplined beyond imagination - they let you hug, ..., 1 month ago
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India appeals for help for baby rhinos rescued...

In this handout photo taken for the International Fund for Animal Welfare / Wildlife Trust of India on July 27, 2016, a rescued infant rhino calf is transported to safety after being found by IFAW-WTI wildlife officials and volunteers in flood ...
 Qatar Peninsula3 weeks ago Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Visit Indian Wildlife Rescue Center  AndhraNews.net1 month ago

Big cat population up by 690

The number of wild tigers has gone up to 3,890, from the earlier 2010 estimate of 3200, according to the World Wildlife Fund and the Global Tiger Forum There is good news for wildlife enthusiasts ahead of the 3rd Asia Ministerial Conference on ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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Alibaba, Amazon, Snapdeal Named In Indian Illegal Wildlife Trade List

Asia has an illegal wildlife trading problem, and some of the world's largest e-commerce platforms are at the center of it. The Indian government has released a list of 106 websites that are currently being used to trade wild animals and their ...
 E271 month ago

Hue recognized as green city

The Saigon Times Daily A view of Thien Mu Pagoda in Hue City - PHOTO: HIEU THAO The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) on June 28 recognized Hue City as a National Earth Hour Capital 2016. Hue is one of 125 cities of 21 nations to attend WWF's Earth ...
 Saigon Economic Times2 months ago Hue is Vietnam's first city to win WWF green title  Thanhnien2 months ago

The death of world heritage sites

SAN FRANCISCO, California—Climate change has claimed another victim. Almost one-quarter of the coral in Australia's Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area—one of the world's richest and most complex ecosystems—has died this year, in the worst ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer2 weeks ago Climate Change Poses a Great Threat To World Heritage Sites  MedIndia3 weeks ago Climate change a threat to world heritage sites  Gulf News3 weeks ago 'Climate change can destroy world heritage sites'  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago

The world has already finished off this year's quota of natural resources

Monday, August 8, marked Earth Overshoot Day as world consumption levels exceeded the planet's ability to regenerate lost natural resources On Monday, August 8, the world exhausted nature's budget of natural resources for the entire year as a ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Can Synthetic Clays Save the World from Nuclear Waste Pollution?  MedIndia1 month ago

Why India Can't Afford to Ignore Assam Flood Situation

Assam is once again submerged in floods, an annual feature that people of the state have been living with ever since time immemorial. Year after year, it's a repeat of loss of life, damage to crop and property, and loss of cattle and wildlife, but ...
 MapsofIndia3 weeks ago India floods kill more than 200 animals, including rare rhinos  Mongabay.com3 weeks ago Floods In India Threaten Wildlife — Baby Rhinos Among Other Endangered Species Forced To Flee Sanctuaries [Video]  Inquisitr1 month ago

NTCA sanctions Rs 10 lakh fund for spead-breakers to prevent roadkills

DANDELI: Research to understand the causes of roadkill, a issue of pressing concern for wildlife activists around the globe, has encouraged the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) to sanction funds for installation of speed-breakers on the ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

A definitive guide on India's biodiversity

If you believe that the Africas and the South Americas of the world are the only places to find abundant biodiversity, think again. Last week, Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) Hornbill House at Fort played host to the launch of Magical ...
 DNA India1 month ago
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