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Two Hydropower Giants and Ecological Impact

Two Chinese hydropower giants is credited with the construction of over half of the world’s dams and these dams have been causing irreversible damage...

Kunming Declaration; Countries For Biodiversity on Right Path

More than 100 countries on October 13 pledged their committed to develop, adopt and implement an effective post-2020 global framework aimed to put biodiversity on a path to recovery by 2030 at...

Future Calls For Changes in Infrastructure Planning

A radical change in infrastructure planning, delivery and management is key to climate and development targets, according to a new study by UN agencies. The...

Degradation and Conflict; a Joint Threat to Ecology

A cyclic relationship exists between ecological degradation and conflict whereby degradation of resources leads to conflict, and the conflict leads to further resource degradation,...

2020 Most Dangerous Year For Environment Defenders 

The year 2020 proved once again to be the most dangerous for the people who defend land and the environment. The year saw 227...

Covid 19; No Growing Back Greener

The temporary reduction in emission of carbon due to global COVID-19 lockdowns did not slow the relentless advance of climate change, and Greenhouse gas...

North Indian Ocean Witness More Cyclonic Storms

The intensity of cyclonic storms in the North Indian Ocean region has shown an increasing trend in the past four decades, which mainly results...

Mangrove Loss Coming Down

Even as the world sees vast destruction of environment and forests, there is good news in between as a new study shows that rate...

Tackle Biodiversity Loss, Climate Change Together for A Better Tomorrow

Biodiversity loss and climate change, both driven by human activities will never be successfully resolved unless both are tackled together, according to a group...

Monsoon to get wetter in coming years

The Monsoons, which are crucial to South Asia's agrarian economy, are going to be wetter and more dangerous, according to a new study. For...

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