Environment

Desert Ecosystem

Desert Ecosystem

Deserts are formed in regions with less than 25 cm of annual rainfall, or sometimes in hot regions w...

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Indus River Dolphins

Indus River Dolphins

The Indus river dolphin is one of the world’s rarest mammals and the second most endangered fr...

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Vienna Convention And Montreal

Vienna Convention And Montreal Protocol

By 1985, the globe had already seen advancements in the scientific understanding of ozone depletion ...

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National Programme For Organic

National Programme For Organic Production (Npop)

NPOP launched during 2001 laid the foundation for systematic development of organic agriculture sect...

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Critical Wildlife Habitats

Critical Wildlife Habitats

The Critical Wildlife Habitats have been envisaged in Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest ...

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Noise Pollution

Noise Pollution

Noise pollution is an unpleasant noise created by people or machines that can be annoying, distracti...

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Artificial Glacier

Artificial Glacier

Chewang Norphel, an Indian civil engineer from Ladakh is famously known as the ‘Iceman of Indi...

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Ecological Fiscal Transfers

Ecological Fiscal Transfers

The Center for Global Development analyzed state budgets to examine whether ecological fiscal transf...

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Waste To Energy Technologies

Waste To Energy Technologies

GASIFICATION: It is a process that changes a carbon base material such as biomass into other f...

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Types of Biotic Interaction

Types of Biotic Interaction

MUTUALISM: Both species benefit. Example: in pollination mutualisms, the pollinator gets food (pol...

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Earth Summit

Earth Summit

The growing focus upon environmental issues was firmly consolidated on the political level at the Un...

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International Solar Alliance (

International Solar Alliance (ISA)

ISA is the first treaty-based International Intergovernmental Organization launched by India and Fra...

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