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Bureau to check wildlife crimes on anvil
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Monday, February 07, 2005

New Delhi, February 6 India will soon have a separate department for controlling crimes relating to wildlife. According to Minister for Environment and Forests A. Raja, the government was thinking of ...More


Climate change may dramatically alter Indian monsoon
Rosy Mishra
Hindustan Times , Saturday, February 05, 2005

"Climate change is a major threat to India and may lead to potentially dangerous problems," warned Sir David King, Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK government."The rise in sea levels due to global w ...More


India, UK to enhance cooperation on sustainable development
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Friday, February 04, 2005

India and United Kingdom have decided to enhance cooperation in dealing with issues related to sustainable development.This was indicated at a meeting between the Minister for Environment and Forests ...More


Bihar under `wintertime pool' of pollution: Study
Vinson Kurian
The Hindu Business Line , Saturday, January 29, 2005

Thiruvananthapuram , Jan. 28 ,SCIENTISTS studying satellite data have discovered a `huge wintertime pool' of pollution over the State of Bihar. Blanketing around 100 million people, primarily in the ...More


Hotter globe, heat on polluter India
Amit Roy
The Statesman , Friday, January 28, 2005

London, Jan. 27: India was named today among some of the world’s worst polluters as a separate study warned of temperatures rising between 4 and 6 degrees Celsius in the country because of global warm ...More


Global warming has hit the danger point
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Tuesday, January 25, 2005

LONDON: Global warming has hit the danger point and immediate steps are needed to reduce pollution to prevent extinction of human race, R Pachauri, the Indian origin Chairman of the Inter-governmental ...More


Global warming reaching point-of-no-return: Report
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Monday, January 24, 2005

Global warming is reaching the point-of-no-return, with widespread drought, crop failure and water shortages the likely result, according to a new international report highlighted in the British press ...More


India, China may tie up in palaeobotanical research
T.Nandkumar
The Hindu , Sunday, January 09, 2005

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JAN. 8 . What do prehistoric fossils have to do with global climate change? A lot, according to Cheng-Sen Li, president of the Palaeobotanical Association of China.Mr. Sen Li, who ...More


In denial on global warming
Patrick Barkham
The Hindu , Sunday, December 12, 2004

LONDON, DEC. 11. He is most famous for his far-fetched tale of how dinosaurs could be brought to life with DNA from mosquitoes trapped in amber. Now the best-selling author, Michael Crichton, has writ ...More


Need to act on climate change
David King
The Hindu , Thursday, November 25, 2004

NEW EVIDENCE is emerging on almost a weekly basis to link rises in man-made carbon dioxide in the atmosphere with the real and immediate threat that global climate change presents to our environment, ...More


Earth loses another five species
Staff Reporter
Indian Express , Thursday, November 18, 2004

BANGKOK, NOVEMBER 17: The Earth is losing species at a rate comparable to the mass extinction of the dinosaurs, environmentalists warn in a report being published today. At least five species have bee ...More


Towards sustainable energy
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, November 15, 2004

WITH THE ratification of the Kyoto Protocol by the Russian Duma last month and with Vladimir Putin giving his stamp of approval for the treaty (on November 5), the climate change debate has finally cr ...More


Arctic climate warming rapidly: study
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Sunday, November 14, 2004

NEW DELHI, NOV. 13. The Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA), a four-year study carried out by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), provides clear evidence that the climate is warming r ...More


'AR4 will provide new information on climate change
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Environment and Forest Minister A Raja said on Tuesday that the fourth Assessment Report, being prepared at present, will provide necessary data to identify vulnerable locations and suggest possible s ...More


Greenhouse gas must be stabilised'
Staff Reporter
The Hindu Business Line , Wednesday, November 10, 2004

New Delhi , Nov. 9 THE Minister for Environment and Forests, Mr A. Raja, has called for stabilisation of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthrop ...More


India must address Lanka’s concerns over Sethusamudhram project
Staff Reporter
Financial Express , Monday, November 08, 2004

The Rs 2,000 crore, 260 km long, 300 metre wide and 14.5 metre deep Sethusamudhram ship canal project, that envisages a navigable channel from the Gulf of Mannar to the Bay of Bengal through the Palk ...More


Aliens can eat into world's food supply
D. Murali
The Hindu Business Line , Friday, November 05, 2004

Chennai , Nov. 4 ,ALIEN is no sci-fi stuff, but a real threat to biodiversity, according to a recent update from World Bank. The alert is not about men from Mars or women from Venus but "invasive plan ...More


Queen to support fight against global warming
Geoffrey Lean
The Tribune , Tuesday, November 02, 2004

The Queen, in an unprecedented initiative, during her state visit to Germany, will publicly signal her concern about the possibility of a catastrophic heating of the planet by opening a meeting in Ber ...More


Her Majisty's a Pretty Nice Girl -- and she does have a lot to say
Staff Reporter
Grist Magzine , Monday, November 01, 2004

Britain's Queen Elizabeth speaks out on global warming In a rare public intervention into politics, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II met with Prime Minister Tony Blair and either -- depending which ...More


The Polar Excess
Staff Reporter
Grist Magzine , Monday, November 01, 2004

Comprehensive new study confirms that global warming is devastating Arctic For the handful of people left in the world who don't yet believe it, a comprehensive new study should remove all doubt ...More


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