A five-day pilot survey of Bengal Tigers, which is the first phase of the Bengal Tiger Census and Monitoring project, will begin in the Sundarbans today.
Industries located along the Gangetic delta in Haldia, Kolkata and its outskirts are polluting the fragile ecosystem of Sundarbans, home to 40 lakh people and the Royal Bengal Tiger, a latest study
ALARMING decrease in water flow down the rivers have caused high salinity in both water and soil of the Sundarbans causing a massive change in floral and faunal composition of the world's largest m
The fragile ecology of the Sundarbans delta, which is home to four million people and the Royal Bengal Tiger, is now facing a fresh threat from large-scale construction of concrete embankments all
The ongoing extension of the electric grid to the remote islands of Sundarbans will not only adversely affect the viability of existing renewable energy projects, but will also accelerate the proce
The Centre has approved the state's plan to take immediate steps against climate change. It will be executed by the state government once the funds are released.
Increasing human pressures and ecosystem changes are posing combined threat to the population of endangered Royal Bengal tigers, in Sundarbans.
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