News media are major channels for the transmission of information to the public and deliver news about the latest developments regarding health issues such as climate change. How the media frame such information may enhance public understanding and enable appropriate responses by individuals and communities. This study follows up on previous research examining media portrayals of climate change in US newspapers from 1 January 2007 to 31 December 2008.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Arvind V. Aswal Ors.Vs M/s Arihant Realtors Ors. dated 13/01/2014 regarding construction of the Residential cum Commercial Project, under the Slum
Rehabilitation Authority’s Development Scheme, Maharashtra.

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This is the fourth report in a series of comprehensive studies of internet freedom around the globe and covers developments in 60 countries that occurred between May 2012 and April 2013. Indicates that internet freedom worldwide is in decline, with 34 out of 60 countries including India, assessed in the report experiencing a negative trajectory during the coverage period.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Jyoti Mishra & Ors Vs MoEF & Ors, And Rayons-Enlightening Humanity & Anr Vs MoEF & Ors, AndInvertis University Vs. Union of India & Ors dated 05/08/2013 regarding dumping of the Municipal Solid
Waste at the National Highway -24 from Bareilly to Lucknow.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rayons Enlightening Humanity Anr Vs MoEF Ors regarding dumping of municipal solid waste dated 25/07/2013.

SciDev.Net partnered with the London School of Economics (LSE) and Museu da Vida (Brazil) to examine science communication around the world: journalists' background, workload, and opinions on science communication, work environment and capacity building needs.

When reporters aren’t given the facts, they are likely to jump to the most extreme conclusions, says David Brown.

Insects are the pre-eminent form of metazoan life on land, with as many as 1018 individuals alive at any one instant and over three-quarters of a million species described. Although it is estimated that there are as many as 14,000 species that are blood feeders, only three to 400 species regularly attract our attention. Some of these are of immense importance to us, as vector-borne diseases still form a huge burden on both the human population and our domesticated animals.

The cameras have been switched off. The microphones have fallen silent. But the cacophony generated by the saturation media coverage accorded to the agitation led by Anna Hazare for a Jan Lokpal Bill continues to ricochet. Questions are being asked, as well they should, not just about the extent of media coverage, especially by the electronic media, but on the content of the coverage. (Editorial)

Chhattisgarh’s community news service on mobile phone helps tribal people find voice.