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October 3, 2011 The Hindu The leopard which died atop a tree at Kumaran Colony near Kotagiri on Sunday...Sathyamoorthy The death raises concern over growing conflict between man and wild animals In a tragic incident near Kotagiri on Sunday, a young
The resulting carbon sequestration is aimed to reduce overall emissions, while the move itself will enable sustainable forestry and halt degradation.
Presidential Palace on Friday. "This is a routine meeting that is held twice a year. The agenda for the meeting is a report on the activities of the chairman and to receive instructions from the President," special presidential staff for the
As scientists who have contributed to advancing conservation issues and opportunities around the world, they say in their letter , we would like to acknowledge the globally unique cultural and ecological values of the boreal forest ecosystem on the
Forest Service wants people to start thinking of wood as the new green building material. A report issued Thursday cites scientific studies that wood is more energy-efficient and results in lower emissions of greenhouse gases than other building
Filipino Musicians will Sing for a Cause... By Benito E. Molino, On the 30th of September various Filipino musicians led by Mr. Noel Cabangon, a multi-awarded folk singer will sing for a cause to save a town in t
By Benito E. Molino, MDTen of the thirteen towns of the province of Zambales are under threat of disaster due to the widespread practice of open pit mining. In the town of Sta. Cruz alone, eight mining companies are in operation, four
The workshop commenced on 20 September 2011 at Lord Charles Hotel, Somerset West, Western Cape and ends today, 23 September.
The growing scandal surrounding the new wave of investments in land, was released on Wednesday. London-based New Forests Company (NFC) signed a deal with National Forestry Authority (NFA) in 2005 to develop 20,000 hectares of timber plantations in
Consequences of climate change—floods, droughts, extreme weather, declining agricultural production—affect everyone. But in many developing countries, shifting temperature and precipitation patterns are making life especially hard