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India Fights Climate Change

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28 Tigers Poached within First Quarter

While most business conglomerates are busy assessing how their companies performed in the first quarter.. The book of Indian Forestry lays lame reporting 28 poachings for Tiger across the states in India. 128 more words

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E.O. Wilson's Solution to the 6th Extinction Crisis

A couple weeks ago world-famous biologist E.O. Wilson published an interesting op-ed in the New York Times entitled “The Global Solution to Extinction.” As most people who read the news and care about the environment know, we are currently in the midst of a  615 more words

Closing a mountain for mountaineering: The story of Mt. Kanla-on

BY: ERROL A. GATUMBATO

I was reminded of the closure for mountaineering of the Mount Kanlaon Natural Park in Negros Island, two decades ago, after I recently learned that authorities at the Mount Pulag National Park in Luzon are considering similar action, too.  1,350 more words

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When People Grunt about Climate Change

Thankfully, we Indians are gullible.

Any BPO employee might advocate you on the gullibility of westerners when it comes to credit card purchase.

However, it is strikingly incoherent, when it comes to acceptance on Climate change. 551 more words

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Migratory Birds - Winter Special

Winters are here.

And specially after today, as its the winter solstice – shortest day of the year, an appropriate statement to make than over felt-and-said;) 387 more words

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The KGB of Mount Kanla-on

BY: ERROL A. GATUMBATO

Say KGB and one would immediately associate it with the defunct state security agency of the Soviet Union that was known for high-level espionage. 991 more words

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