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Latest Articles in biodiversity

World Environment Day: How Companies Can Protect Biodiversity

All the stakeholders must come together to save and protect our environment from different environmental challenges the world is facing today.

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Biodiversity Conservation By ‘Opposition To Blind Progress’

Some of the causes of loss in biodiversity in India include habitat fragmentation, overexploitation, ignorance, loss of traditional knowledge, unplanned development, pollution, climate change, some agricultural, industrial and forestry practices, unsustainable natural resource consumption, inequities and global trade

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Increasing Role Of Private Sector In Biodiversity Conservation: India And Sustainability Standards 2017 Conference

It is important for corporates to develop an understanding about the linkage of their operations with biodiversity and ecosystem services to future-proof their business

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Ecosystem And Biodiversity Services Worth Almost $125 Trillion Per Year: Dr. Randall Glaholt, IUCN International Biodiversity Expert

Biodiversity is currently being lost at an unprecedented rate due to human activities that degrade or encroach on habitats, increase pollution load, and contribute to climate variability. This rapid declining of biodiversity is a huge problem for entire humanity and this can’t be averted unless relevant stakeholders come together to fight it

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Combined Measures Can Tackle Assam Climate Change

Decrease in annual rainfall is reported to be 0.96 mm per year and variations have been also observed in the number of rainy days and 24 hour maximum rainfall

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Craze Of Non-Veg Food Behind The Bio-Diversity Loss Of Most Vulnerable Areas, Says WWF

The real reason behind the falling population of cattle appears to be the result of the rise in demand for meat in the world. We must keep in mind that India is the biggest supplier of buffalo meat. A section of economists is busy calculating the scale of economy achieved by India’s poultry giant ‘godrej agrovet’ which may have raised upto Rs 1158 crore through its IPO

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