KOLKATA: To measure the effect of climate change on the flora and fauna of Sundarbans, the Zoological Survey of India has set up monitoring bases inside the mangrove forests.

To measure the effect of climate change on the flora and fauna of Sundarbans, the Zoological Survey of India has set up monitoring bases inside the mangrove forests.

KOLKATA: The National Green Tribunal (Eastern Zone bench), on Wednesday, directed the Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change to demolish a four-storied building at Gadkhali in the

The National Green Tribunal (NGT), Eastern Bench on 1 July 2015 directed the West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB) to file a report on why mechanized boats, motor boats and launches using adulterated fuel and plying in the Sunderbans should not be asked to undergo pollution tests. Read full text of this NGT order.

BAGERHAT : Tiger population in the Sundarbans may fall from the previous 2004 census, according to a preliminary analysis of Bangladesh-India Joint Tiger Census Project, reports UNB.

DHAKA : The National Committee for Protection of Oil, Gas, Mineral Resource, Power and Ports (Oil-Gas Committee) on Wednesday urged Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra

Alfredo Quatro says we must defend mangrove forests – which protect our shorelines and diverse marine life – against man-made development

A partnership between New Delhi and Dhaka to save the rare ecosystem of the Sundarbans and that agreement should be signed in a boat — that was Union Minister Suresh Prabhu’s suggestion as Environm

Some five months after an oil tanker carrying furnace oil capsized in Shela River harming flora and fauna of the Sundarbans, another vessel carrying fertilizer made up of toxic chemicals, sank in B

The Ganges coastal zone of Bangladesh and West Bengal, India, is characterized by extremes in terms of both challenges and opportunities. Despite the huge investment in the coastal zone over the past 50 years, the poverty of farming families in the region remains extreme.

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