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2015/01/25 23:15
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Many consider Prince Philip's gaffes as the innocent comments of a nice, old duffer. Others say it reveals a deep-seated racial and chauvinist prejudice. Many consider Prince Philip's gaffes as the...
2015/01/25 23:15
2015/01/25 23:15
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2015/01/25 00:19
2015/01/25 00:19
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... the rain forest" is a mantra we've all grown up with, and for good reason. About 17% of the Amazon rain forest has been lost in the last 50 years, according to the World Wildlife Fund. While...
2015/01/23 17:21
2015/01/23 17:21
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In 1973, the first working meeting of wolf specialists met at the first International Conference on the Conservation of the Wolf hosted by IUCN and the World Wildlife Fund in Stockholm, Sweden. Among...
2015/01/23 12:29
2015/01/23 12:29
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The following is a near-verbatim transcript of today's noon briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General. Good afternoon. Happy Friday. They can't take that away from us. They...
2015/01/23 00:25
2015/01/23 00:25
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Photo by World Resource Institute Like it or not, our seafood increasingly originates not in the deep ocean but on fish farms hugging the coasts. Aquaculture already supplies about half of the...
Read more at KPBS San Diego, PhysOrg
2015/01/22 23:38
2015/01/22 23:38
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Despite sinking oil prices, Norway this week signaled its commitment to drilling for Arctic oil by offering new leases in the region for the first time since 1994. The Norwegian move came as...
2015/01/22 21:59
2015/01/22 21:59
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... tiger population in the Sundarbans has remained stable, and is estimated to be 76 (62 to 96)," according to Status of Tiger in India 2014 report, which was released earlier this week. Forest...
2015/01/22 13:39
2015/01/22 13:39
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The number of tigers in Bihar's Valmiki Tiger Reserve has increased from 22 to 28, an official said Thursday. "The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has confirmed that the number of tigers...
2015/01/22 05:28
2015/01/22 05:28
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Besides habitat loss and poaching, infectious diseases could wipe out large populations of great apes like chimps and gorillas.AFP Ebola is the single biggest threat to the survival of gorillas and...
2015/01/21 21:20
2015/01/21 21:20
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An aerial view of Vlassof Cay in the Great Barrier Reef is seen on Nov. 14, 2012 in Cairns, Australia (Mark Kolbe/AFP/Getty Images) If you've dreamt of seeing the Amazon rainforest with your own...
2015/01/21 20:31
2015/01/21 20:31
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India is home to more than half of the world’s wild tigers, and the survival of this population is crucial to the conservation of the species as a whole. In rare (but welcome) conservation news,...
2015/01/21 20:20
2015/01/21 20:20
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He has never been the biggest man in world sport, so Sumo wrestling was one Japanese tradition that was always going to be a stretch for Shane Williams. And, in an interview ahead of his return home...
2015/01/21 06:59
2015/01/21 06:59
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Maximum waterbird count in Karingalipuncha The sighting of a bluethroat, a flock of glossy ibis, and a dozen Asian openbill in Pathanamthitta during the Asian Waterbird Survey of the World Wildlife...
Read more at The Hindu, The Hindu
2015/01/20 16:00
2015/01/20 16:00
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The annual bird watching and waterfowl census at the important wetlands in the district, organised by the Social Forestry wing of the Forest Department in association with the World Wildlife...
2015/01/19 11:31
2015/01/19 11:31
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United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Janos Pasztor of Hungary as the first-ever UN Assistant Secretary-General on Climate Change, the Organization's Spokesperson's office...
2015/01/18 18:14
2015/01/18 18:14
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A Texas hunting club has canceled plans to auction off a chance to kill an African elephant, the club's executive director said Saturday. Ben Carter of the Dallas Safari Club told The Associated...
2015/01/16 22:39
2015/01/16 22:39
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Is an American hunter who's planning to shoot an endangered black rhino in Africa and who wants to bring its head home as a trophy helping to save the species? It's a question the U.S. Fish and...
2015/01/15 15:39
2015/01/15 15:39
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... National Organizing Council (NOC) of the Philippine-hosted 2015 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) has assigned two of its 29 meetings to this premier Bicol metropolis recently adjudged as...
2015/01/15 12:43
2015/01/15 12:43
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India’s forests and wildlife department has been fighting a difficult battle against poaching and illegal trade in animal products. In the last couple of years, however, it has had help from...
2015/01/10 22:39
2015/01/10 22:39
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... Of The Tiger': Shedding Light On China's Farmed-Tiger Trade In 1991, wildlife investigator J. A. Mills went to China to verify rumors about tiger farming. She worked undercover, for the World...
2015/01/25 23:15
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