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    Divorce is More Common in Albatross Couples with Shy Males, Study Finds

    In a long-studied population of wandering albatrosses, females are less likely to stick with a shy mate. By Jennifer Chu  |  MIT News Office The wandering...

    Farming and Fertilizers: How Ecological Practices Can Make a Difference

    “We found that ecological intensification can partly replace fertilizers to support crop yields, because both ecological intensification and fertilizers increase soil nutrients. So farmers could use ecological...

    The Great Fish Robbery

    Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing takes advantage of corrupt administrations and exploits weak management regimes, in particular those of developing countries lacking the capacity...

    Study points to doubled carbon losses from deforestation in tropics in early 2000s

    According to a newly published study in the journal, Nature Sustainability, the acceleration of forest carbon loss highlights the urgent need to halt tropical...

    Citizen science can help track illegal wildlife trade in the Himalayas

    Citizen reporting tools can provide crucial data on the status of species and track illegal wildlife trade. There are several such citizen apps, some...

    Imran Khan Plans A Glitzy City On Mangrove Islands Off Karachi, Pakistan

    Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is determined to implement a $50-billion real-estate urbanisation project on the Bundal and Buddo mangrove islands in the Arabian...

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    Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups Need Special Attention

    Civil society organisations play a critical role in monitoring the actions of the authorities, and hence, local NGOs, societies,...
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    Vigilance Needed to Avert Spread of Bird Flu to Humans

    Concerns on bird flu’s pandemic potential grew following its spread to dairy cows. Although of great concern there is...

    Groundbreaking Research on Air Pollution in North India by IIT Researchers

    Comparing the oxidative potential of Indian PM2.5 with countries across the Asia-Pacific and European regions reveals alarming findings. Indian PM's...

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    Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups Need Special Attention

    Civil society organisations play a critical role in monitoring...

    Vigilance Needed to Avert Spread of Bird Flu to Humans

    Concerns on bird flu’s pandemic potential grew following its...