The unimaginative law is India s legal mainstay against biopiracy
TRADITIONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE FOR MANAGING BIOSPHERE RESERVES IN SOUTH AND CENTRAL ASIA, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY . Edited by PS Ramakrishnan, RK Rai, RPS Katwal and S Mehndiratta . Oxford & IBH
AJAY S RAWAT spent six months in the Indo Nepal terais to trace the methods of timber smugglers
Should local communities pay for Western notions of global benefit ?
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Depleting honeybees threaten biodiversity
Bangladesh's environment minister Shahjahan Siraj feels that the Farakka barrage in India is obstructing the normal flow of sweet water into the Sunderbans, thereby increasing salinity and
UK panel endorses South's stand on intellectual property rights
War has taken its toll on agriculture in Afghanistan. The country's seed collections have been destroyed, putting its crop diversity at risk. Taking stock of the situation, a consortium of
Africa s lax biopiracy laws leave its rich biodiversity exposed
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
How green is green?
Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion