• CSR on the Bengal Tiger
    of the work progress. As a standard practice followed at KPTL, we distribute sturdy shoulder bags carrying messages about conservations of water, forest and wildlife in the vernacular language (Hindi) to its workforce working on the mainline ROW and as well as to the head of the Village Panchayat...
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  • It's Me That You Can Never Change
    found anywhere, no solid waste disposal program at all. • Water pollution is at its worse stage, notably, on municipal coastal waters, rivers and lakes and drainage areas. • Air pollution is quite alarming brought about by industries, power plant and vehicular pollution. Environmental protection...
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  • Australia's Biodiversity
    , tertiary institutions and community groups to ensure the protection of our native species. Protecting threatened species and ecological communities The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) is the Australian Government's principal piece of environment...
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  • Informatiob
    Wildlife Service. The United States has established treaties with countries such as Canada, Mexico, Great Britain, Japan and the former Soviet Union for the protection of migratory birds. 2. History * In 1887, Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area was the first federal bird sanctuary...
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  • Icse 2009 Portion.Doc
    Participation for Ecological Restoration and Conservation 28. Protection of Wildlife and Cruelty to Animals 29. Enforcement of Acts, Laws and Policies 30. Success Stories CHEMISTRY 1. Periodic Table 2. Chemical Bonding 3. A: Acids, Bases and Salts B: Analytical Chemistry- Use...
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  • Coal
    throw-away price. The loss of र 10.67 lakh crores projected by the CAG doesn’t even account for forests, wildlife and the livelihood of forest communities that will be destroyed by coal mining. Even after the scam was unearthed, forests in Mahan, in Madhya Pradesh have received provisional clearance...
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  • Environment Speeches
    wisdom in the conservation of nature and natural resources. Religious beliefs, culture and folklore have together treated nature and environment with sanctity. Conservation and protection of environment and love for nature have always been part and parcel of Indian ethos and culture...
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  • Conservation of Natural Resources
    hot spots in the world. India has rich traditional knowledge and wisdom in the conservation of nature and natural resources. Religious beliefs, culture and folklore have together treated nature and environment with sanctity. Conservation and protection of environment and love for nature...
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  • Environment
    wisdom in the conservation of nature and natural resources. Religious beliefs, culture and folklore have together treated nature and environment with sanctity. Conservation and protection of environment and love for nature have always been part and parcel of Indian ethos and culture...
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  • Mount Abu
    112.98 sq. km. is under unnotified sanctuary area (Anon., 2003). In shape, Mt. Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is long and narrow but the top spreads out into a picturesque plateau, which is about 19 km in length and 5-8 km in breadth. Once home to the meditating rishi and munis, the legend has it that Mount...
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  • Hhhfd
    ingesting the carrion of diclofenac-treated cattle. In recent decades, human encroachment has posed a threat to India's wildlife; in response, the system of national parks and protected areas, first established in 1935, was substantially expanded. In 1972, India enacted the Wildlife Protection Act...
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  • Casestudy-Ecotourism-in-India
    ), Kutumbsar caves, Kailash caves, Tirathgarh falls, Chitrakot falls (Bastar), which “are all exhilarating destinations being promoted for nature and wildlife tourism. Wildlife areas, camping grounds and trekking facilities would be few of the prime attractions”.vi The policy also states that the...
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  • Biodiversity
    biodiversity provides a number of natural services for everyone: • Ecosystem services, such as • Protection of water resources • Soils formation and protection • Nutrient storage and recycling • Pollution breakdown and absorption • Contribution to climate stability • Maintenance of ecosystems...
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  • Popo
    readiness of protecting extensive woodland areas with a multitude of flora and fauna since 1947 have resulted in the formation of 55 national parks and 247 protected areas. This active ecopolitics as well as the commitment of the Indian government to comply with the guidelines of the World Wildlife...
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  • Students Role in Disoster Manegment
    Start Test Centre Location Faculty of Agricultural Sciences 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science M.Sc. (Agriculture) Microbiology M.Sc. (Agriculture) Plant Protection Master of Agribusiness Management M.Tech.(Agr. Proc. & Food Engg.) M.Sc. (Home Science) T D D T D D OFFLINE OFFLINE OFFLINE...
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  • Chipko Movment
    environmentalist in the world as they have known to be following environment & wildlife protection & conservation since 1485 when environmentalist saint Guru Jambheshwar made it religiously compulsory to 'Not cut green trees' and 'To be compassionate to all living... , led by Amrita Devi sacrificed...
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  • Rajasthan - City of Kings
    , known locally as the godavan, and which is a state bird, has been classed as critically endangered since 2011.[22] Wildlife protection[edit source | editbeta] Rajasthan is also noted for National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. There are four national park and wildlife sanctuaries named...
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  • Sample
    promote climate change mitigation and adaptation. They do so from the point of view of eighteen themes: Forest Protection; Watershed Management; Wildlife; Coastal Resource Management; Protection of Water Bodies; Protected Areas; Riverbank Rehabilitation; Geohazards; Water Conservation; Waste Segregation...
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  • Feg-02
    message being broadcast by all responsible governments is that every person has a part to play in addressing these issues. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, you can protect the environment by: preventing pollution, recycling materials, looking after reserves of water and conserving...
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  • Forest conservation in India
    fauna. Tribal people have extraordinary understanding of forest flora and fauna which can be productively utilized. All the tribals shall be employed by the government in the expansion and protection of forests and its wildlife till their descendants get educated and diversify into industrial and...
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