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Moving Towards a World Without Plastic

Plastic pollution is one of the most pressing environmental issues and consumers are increasingly critical of the packaging of products that they buy. Each year,...

Change Course on Environment, Urges UN chief to Entire World

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has asked the entire world to change course on the environment, according to World and International News. "We are harming the...

Research: Having Diverse Natural Areas Near Agriculture Helps Farmers Financially During Calamities

Farmers reap surprising benefits from having areas that are biodiverse  with many plant and animal species nearby, according to new research. A study finds...

How Biodiversity Crisis Threatens Humans?

Scientists say you may go your entire life without seeing an endangered species, yet the globe's biodiversity crisis threatens all of humanity in unseen...

About 150 Scientists Meet to Work on Current State of Global Biodiversity

Officials from 132 nations have been gathering in Paris to look at the state of biodiversity around the world. The meeting is the 7th...

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to Fund Himachal For Biodiversity Conservation

Himachal Pradesh will manage and improve its forest ecosystems under a Rs 800-crore project funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), official sources said on Sunday. JICA-India official Katsuo...

Being Vegan Good For Environment: Study

Are you planning to go vegan very soon? That's good news for our home planet as a new study claims that a diet high...

Did You Hear about the New Species of Spiders Named After Leonardo DiCaprio, Bernie Sanders and Barrack Obama?

Vermont, September 30, 2017 : What if we tell you that a team of researchers has recognized and named 15 new species of spiders in...

Google Integrates Brazil’s Indigenous Territories into its Maps

Google on Sunday announced the integration of Brazil's indigenous territories into its maps Most of these territories are in the rapidly-changing Amazon region,...

Humans wiped out megafauna in Australia

New York, Jan 21, 2017: The poop of some of the ancient huge and astonishing creatures that once roamed Australia has indicated that the primary...

Changing Ecology of Oceans: Study shows mass extinctions of larger Marine animals

Blue whale is on the IUCN endangered list and has lost as much as 90 percent of its population in the last three generations ...

Man Vs Wild: People trying to coexist with Tigers at Sunderbans

It is man versus wild at Sunderbans, where surviving everyday is a struggle. Suderbans  (a United Nations World Heritage site) is the world’s largest mangrove...

Half of India vulnerable to alien invasive plant species: Study

Kolkata: According to a new study, nearly half of India's total geographical area is prone to invasion by alien plant. It shows that biodiversity...

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‘HotShots’, TikTok-like Short Video App by Ganna

Joining the short-video making app race, music streaming service Gaana on Wednesday launched HotShots - a platform to create and share short viral videos...

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Here’s How Remdesivir Can Save Lives in Nations with Lower Hospital Capacity

Amid news that the US has bought up virtually the entire global supply of remdesivir, a new study outlines how the drug could save...

Instagram brings TikTok-like Feature to India

With the ban on TikTok creating a huge vacuum for the 15-second videos in the Indian Internet space, Facebook-owned Instagram on Wednesday announced the...