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Is warming behind India’s depleting groundwater?
Many nations blind to climate mitigation options
A solar-powered future for India’s Ladakh region
The land of vanishing pastures

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Indians trust scientists on climate change

When it comes to climate change Indians trust scientists more than political or religious leaders, says a newly published ...

17/09/12

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Antibiotic pollution can disrupt aquatic food chains

Antibiotic pollution of water bodies can result in changes to diatoms, primary food-producers in aquatic food chains.

29/06/12

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Cloned pashmina goat encourages conservation efforts

After cloning the pashmina goat, scientists are ready to replicate their success with other endangered animals in Kashmir.

10/04/12

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Carbonised red mud can treat water cheaply

Red mud waste from alumina production, when carbonised, can be used to treat water cheaply, new research shows.

15/03/12

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High temperatures ‘make wheat old before its time’

Higher temperatures could decrease wheat yields by causing the crop to age prematurely.

08/02/12

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Stomach cancer trends in India’s Kashmir province worry scientists

A rising trend in the incidence of stomach cancers in India's Kashmir province is causing concern to scientists.

21/02/11

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