Monday, September 21, 2015

Environment

Mumbai's 'dirtiest' beach is finally clean

[WATCH] 'World's best-preserved' dinosaur fossil unveiled

The fossil of the armoured dinosaur species called a nodosaur is revealed at a museum

Inside the Bermuda Triangle’s eerie, deadly history

Even Christopher Columbus was creeped out by the Bermuda Triangle.While sailing through the mysterious stretch of the Atlantic Ocean between

Rare porpoise faces 'imminent extinction'

An immediate extension of a fishing ban is desperately needed to save the world's most endangered marine species.Campaigners say there

Entrepreneur's selling fresh air in bottle

Whether enveloped by the thick smog from factories or choked with invisible poisons from vehicle exhausts,

Earth had barren, underwater landscape 4.4 bn years ago: Study

The Earth's landscape was most likely to have been barren, mountainless and mostly underwater 4.4 billion

Lack of dust makes China's air pollution much worse

Airborne dust is normally seen as an environmental problem, but the lack of it is making

Mysterious sea creature on beach in Indonesia

The giant

Buddha's birthplace faces serious air pollution threat

The historic site of Buddha's birthplace in Nepal faces a serious threat

UN climate talks begin amid uncertainty over US position

Officials from around the world are holding U.N. climate talks this week amid uncertainty over whether the United States will

France bans captive dolphin breeding

France has banned the breeding in captivity of dolphins and killer whales, in a move hailed by campaigners as a

Over 2,900 species at Florida's Indian river Lagoon

 Florida's IndianRiver Lagoon, which is actually three lagoons stretching 156 miles along thestate's Atlantic Coast, is the

Worm that eats plastic bags and leaves behind antifreeze

The wax worm, a caterpillar typically used for fishing bait and known for damaging beehives by eating their wax comb,

Green growth needed to achieve SDGs

Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali on Wednesday stressed the need for ensuring green growth in the country's economy aiming to

World's oldest fungus' raises evolution questions

Fungus-like life forms have been found in rocks dating back 2.4 billion years.

Developed countries urged to meet commitment on climate change

Speakers at a seminar today urged the developed countries to deliver their commitment to combat the impacts of climate change

Dam breaches at Pagnar haor; huge crops lost

The Urar Bondho dam at Pagnar haor in Jamalganj and Dirai upazilas breached

No uranium found in Sunamganj haor water

The three-member expert team of Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission, in its primary

Small eagle fly 3,000 km from habitat

 Australian researchers have been left surprised by a rare bird of prey that travelled

Jacquelineoff to London for 'Judwaa 2' shoot

The latest star to join the cast of 'Judwaa 2' abroad, is none-other-than Jacqueline

Japan volcanic island may hold key to coral survival: Scientists

The key to the survival of the world's threatened coral reefs may lie in the waters surrounding a small volcanic

Environmental groups warn of 'race to the bottom'

Environmental groups have urged the prime minister to avoid watering down legislation on climate change and wildlife protection after Brexit.The

Dry weather to continue

Weather may remain mainly dry with temporary partly cloudy sky elsewhere over

'Sunny Leone trys to revive career with Salman'

Sunny Leone has a good rapport with Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan, but she is

Damage to Australia's reef 'unprecedented'

Unprecedented coral bleaching in consecutive years has damaged two-thirds of Australia's Great Barrier Reef,

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