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Thursday, November 1st, 2012

Mapping the Mangroves Goes Global

An ongoing project of the Qatar Foundation and Conservation International has been the mapping of mangroves for conservation and biodiversity protection. The project has deployed remote sensors in the field to capture readings as well as satellites...

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

Indian Prime Minister Pledges $50 m to Protect Biodiversity

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday launched "the Hyderabad Pledge" and announced that his government had decided to earmark $50 million "to strengthen the institutional mechanism for biodiversity conservation in India." Read More 

Thursday, September 20th, 2012

China Looks to ASEAN Cooperation on Biodiversity

China is looking forward to more cooperation with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to promote biodiversity protection, said a senior official at the 2012 ASEAN-ChinaEnvironmental Cooperation Forum on Monday. In October 2009, China and ASEAN adopted the China-ASEAN Strategy on Environmental Protection Cooperation (2009-2015), emphasizing the importance of the matter. The forum, under the theme of biodiversity and regional green development, aimed to enhance the partnership between the two sides through discussions and information exchange among senior officials from China and ASEAN member countries. Read More

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

CSIRO Releases a Major Study on the Implications of Climate Change on Australia’s Biodiversity

A project started in late 2008, has built on the results from the 2008 Implications of climate change for Australia’s National Reserve System report.

Monday, September 10th, 2012

India Needs a Comprehensive Database of Species

India needs a comprehensive database of species and traditional products to take advantage of the Geographical Indication (GI) Act experts said. Although the country is just a step away from enactment of GI, there are  no 'primary...

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

For Malaysia, Nature Comes First

Malaysia, in its pursuit to become a developed and high-income nation, will not pursue the goal at the cost of the  environment and its natural treasure, said  Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin yesterday. He said...

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

Sri Lanka Environment Seen Paying Price of Rapid Growth

Sri Lanka's rapid economic growth in recent years has come at the cost of serious environmental degradation with outdated laws and existing rules not properly implemented, an expert said. "The government has set sustainable development goals but...

Monday, April 30th, 2012

Survey Promises to Protect Rare Animal Habitat in Victoria

The Victorian Government says a new research project will help protect biodiversity and secure the future of the timber industry in East Gippsland. The $1.9 million project will assess the distribution and habitat of some of the...

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

SuperWebGIS Applied to Biodiversity Conservation

SuperGeo Technologies assists Taiwan Endemic Species Research Institute in establishing the value-added application service of biodiversity database to promote biodiversity in Taiwan. Due to the warm geographic environment, the plentiful species of flora and fauna flourish in...

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Japan Boost for State Forests

State's forest conservation efforts will soon get a major boost with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) extending Bengal a Rs 396-crore loan to develop infrastructure for urban forestry, conservation of biodiversity and wildlife preservation. An agreement...

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