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Community Based Food Processing Unit Hameri, launches in Uttarakhand
IN LESS THAN 50 YEARS, WE'VE SEEN AN OVERALL DECLINE OF 60% IN POPULATION SIZES OF VERTEBRATE SPECIES.
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On the eve of #WorldPangolinDay 2019, TRAFFIC in collaboration with WWF-India, Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) and the National Zoological Park ...15 Feb 2019 Read more »
With over 2000 Greater One-horned Rhinoceros Rhinoceros unicornis and over 100 Royal Bengal Tigers Panthera tigris among several other endangered ...07 Feb 2019 Read more »
WWF ENVIS successfully conducted the Valedictory Function for its second batch and an inaugural session for its third batch for the Certificate ...01 Feb 2019 Read more »
Tiger-range governments agreed on the urgent need to address critical management gaps across the tiger’s range at the 3rd Stocktaking Conference on ...30 Jan 2019 Read more »
Close to 40% of the gross credit exposure of Indian banks is in sectors where water risks are significant, according to the WWF Report ‘Hidden Risks ...23 Jan 2019 Read more »