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it is good to eat as many as vegetables and fruits (totally vegetarian), but my aurvedic doctor asked me to stop eating every...
Weak, corrupt and ineffective implementing institutions make compliance and enforcement of environmental laws abysmally poor in India. Can economic instruments turn the polluting industry green?
The Rajasthan government believes that it has a right over every raindrop and makes a move to demolish a water harvesting structure set up by local people to meet their water requirements
A new report severely castigates the functioning of India's pollution control boards
World's biggest oil company sued for MTBE spill
The European Union plans to introduce a trading scheme for carbon dioxide emissions
Tony Blair shocks Europe by calling for a review of the UK's energy policy
Boeing's new aircraft threatens to aggravate pollution
Youngsters from all over the world seek to change the paradigm of water
The massive sea cows are vanishing in India
Introducing farmed salmon in the rivers doesn't help
Ocean sequestring gets more difficult to understand
Shrubs are found growing higher up in the Alaskan Arctic
Respiratory problems increase with rise in air pollution in Bangalore
An ecofriendly way of treating polluted wastewater holds promise for rural India
Researchers develop artificial human eggs that will enable infertile women to have children with their genetic features
Several eyebrows have been raised over the Cipla offer to supply anti- aids drugs at one-third the current price to developing countries like South Africa. On March 7, 2001 Cipla Ltd of Mumbai, formally requested the South African department of trade and industry to issue compulsory licenses to patents on hiv drugs such as nevirapine, lamivudine, zidovudine, stavudine, didanosine, efavirenz, indinavir and abacavir.