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The continuation of India's positive economic development in the future depends to a great extent on whether India succeeds in significantly reducing its enormous environmental problems. International cooperation on improving environmental quality could benefit both, India as well as...
As one of the world's largest producers and consumers of pesticides, China faces a range of environmental and public health threats through long-term overuse of these chemicals. This study suggests a number of key factors contributing to pesticide overuse in rural China, which are examined by...
Investigations were carried out on recent developments of water resources in West Bengal – an eastern province of India with a high population density. The findings, based on a field study, literature reviews and government statistics, reveal that even a rainfall-abundant region like the present...
Sharks never stop growing and neither does the Asian demand for sharkfin soup. Ecuador is one nation of many that feeds the demand for fins, and fishers there catch more than 40 different shark species. But shark catches have been considerably underreported worldwide. Until the 2005 update of...
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