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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...
Does tourism always have to be a threat to the environment? Not anymore, claim the promoters of the globally emerging industry of ecotourism. Socially responsible and ecologically sustainable tourism, which could at the same time be profitable for the community, is possible, they argue.
Rustam Vania takes a look at the concept of 'green' travel and catches up with the rich and restless, who are willing to pay for their moment of nirvana
Australia's move to return to aborigines land located on former nuclear test site draws flak
Fresh row breaks out in Bhopal gas tragedy
Institutional investors press companies to disclose greenhouse gas emissions
US to indict biotech company for misleading investors
California strengthens air quality norms for particulate matter
Officials dismiss green rain in Bengal village as bee droppings, but experts find flaws in the theory
Activists and residents protest plan to install pvc plant
Curbing global warming not such an expensive proposition
Farmers ready to sow GM cotton in Andhra Pradesh
Andhra government mulls draconian laws on rainwater harvesting
Insects have been modified to destroy own species
Guarded optimism greets new biomedical waste treatment facility near Kanpur
Effective immunisation campaigns help Europe purge its 51 member-nations of polio
ABRAR AHMED senior programme officer at Trade Records Analysis of Flora and Fauna in Commerce-India/World Wildlife Fund-India lashes out at the unrealistic approach of conserv...
Millions of Africans die due to droughts caused by air pollution from industrialised countries
The tit's tail feathers can help gauge pollution levels
Gene mutation resulting in skin cancer identified
Soya-based infant formula damages kids' immune system
Warming climate spawns disease epidemics
Fingerprint identification may not be completely reliable
Princeton University scientists come up with cost-effective technology for making better silicon chips
...researchers discover oldest hard-shelled marine animal
Mobile phones damage brain cells
New monkey species found
Pollens of GM crops spread further than expected
Are GM trees ready to turn the paper and pulp industry green?
There is an urgent need to rationalise traditional medicinal systems to stop unscrupulous use
On World Environment Day, the Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) put out an advertisement propagating plastic as the alternative to the felling of trees. Is this a genuine concern or a red herring to confuse public opinion? Is there any truth in allegations of a darker game in the GAIL strategy? Here are two entirely different perspectives on the matter
Housewives in Kolkata move the court against the irresponsible and negligent functioning of factories in their area
Only a few villages stand testimony to the success of traditional water harvesting methods in tribal areas of Singhbhum.
A report by Binayak Das