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The sea below 200 meters depth accounts for 95% of the volume of the ocean, making it the largest habitat for life on Earth. Though it is perpetually cold, generally dark, and subject to extreme pressures, the deep sea contains a wealth of unique and unusual species, habitats and ecosystems.

In a testimony of Government’s absolute non-seriousness towards environment degradation, Environment Policy draft is gathering dust in the official files during the past nearly one year due to lac

In response to increasing demands for transparency and actionable, climate-related information, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) established the industry-led Task Force on Climate related Financial Disclosures (TCFD or Task Force).

‘Students will be given field and industrial in-house training’

This report aims to show how the transition to a low-carbon society through the decarbonization of energy systems can bring social and economic benefits and foster countries’ economic competitiveness.

Bhayandar: Environmental concerns of the twin-city does not seem to be a priority on the agenda of the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC).

The Ministry of Youth has announced plans to form youth groups focused on providing paid services in the protection of environment starting with the next financial year, the Minister for Youth has

NEW DELHI: The environment ministry has firmed up guidelines that will require every corporate seeking green clearance to set aside up to 2% of its capital investment for Corporate Environment Resp

Resting like a bookmark between the origin of the Nile and the Indian ocean, two ancient and great water bodies, the evocative name Tanganyika (“sailing in the wilderness”) could not possibly be more befitting this ancient land.

Namibia is a relatively new entrant to the league of free countries of the world. In the three decades since its independence, the country has left no stone unturned to usher in a new era of progress and justice.

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