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Industry s role in managing the dwindling freshwater resources of the world was highlighted at the sixth session of the Commission for Sustainable Development at New York. But countries of the South are hesitant about treating a social resource as a

An exclusive Antarctic Study Centre (ASC) is being set up by the Department of Ocean Development (DOD) in Goa. It will be the first national polar research lab in the country with the task of

Far from being the missing link it was called earlier, Antarctica is now being described as the continent of global development by Indian scientists who have returned from the 16th and 17th Antarctic

This paper explores the potential implications of climate change for the use and management of water resources in Britain. It is based on a review of simulations of changes in river flows, groundwater recharge and river water quality. These simulations imply, under feasible climate change scenarios, that annual, winter and summer runoff will decrease in southern Britain, groundwater recharge will be reduced and that water quality – as characterised by nitrate concentrations and dissolved oxygen contents – will deteriorate.

Political leaders come to the governance system with only one agenda which is centered on one objective to loot the treasury

There is an urgent need for a national and international debate on how the world s water resources are going to be managed

the India-Canada Environment Facility has approved Rs 17.58 crore for two environment projects in India. In the first project, the icef has approved a grant of Rs 3.20 crore to the World

The 10th Kerala Science Congress to be held here from Tuesday will focus on the theme of water resources management. More than 200 scientists and experts from various institutions will present papers

Ever since the inception of Bangladesh in 1972 its politics have been featured by several types of seemingly endemic conflict, some of which have been associated with either periodic outbursts of violence or prolonged relatively low-key armed confrontations.

A division bench of the Gujarat High Court has issued notices to the state government, the Gandhinagar district collector and the managing collector of the Sardar Sarovar Narmada Cor