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African Elephant Poaching Crisis is not only bad for Elephants, it’s bad for Tourism: Study

November 05, 2016: The African elephant poaching crisis is not only bad for elephants, it’s bad for tourism, according to a new study. Writing in...

Giant panda population is on the rise , but China still faces huge challenges

The Chinese native Giant panda was recently classified as vulnerable rather than endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) The...

Bhutan is fighting hard to conserve the Threatened Iconic Fish ‘Golden Mahseer’

The golden mahseer of Bhutan is also known as 'Tor putitora' The Bhutan government is taking steps to conserve it by allocating hatcheries...

Indo-Bangladesh: Climate Change, tourism causing ‘irreversible damage’ to Sundarbans Reserve

New Delhi: Unregulated tourism and rapidly increasing temperatures are posing “irreversible damage” to the Sundarbans biosphere reserve, one of the largest mangrove habitats in the...

International Women’s Day aggravates Russia’s carbon footprint

Typically, International Women’s Day is for lavishing ladies with loving recognition. It’s an especially big deal in Russia. But leading up to the March...

Italy’s glaciers retreated by 40 percent: WWF

Rome: Alpine glaciers in Italy have lost an estimated 40 percent of their area over the last three decades, a recent report released by...

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