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Lament for the Lost Sep 24
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Baggit Sep 20
Betting on transparency, quality & durability, fair & safe working conditions, & promoting circularity are becoming essential for the viability of fashion companies. There is only one way to go & live harmoniously - respecting & collaborating with nature.
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bilawal karim Sep 20
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Shaheer Sheikh Tamil FC Sep 21
This is soo heart wrenching..when u hear some animals are about to extinct , then we've lost our promise to payback nature for what it has given to us.. How many of u hav seen a Rhino like in a zoo ?
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Veshisaafu Sep 23
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EcoLogical Person Sep 23
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Shaheer Sheikh Tamil FC Sep 21
Only a stone carving about him is remaining 🥺 I fear our future generations would even know animals existed 😔 Please as far as possible each and everyone of us should save our nature to the extent possible
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Aditya Sep 22
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EcoLogical Person Sep 23
"Harmony of Mathematical Precision" See how Mother Nature defines the distribution.... And We think we are Intelligent enough to play with Nature. Plant a Tree Today
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Fabography _ Sep 22
if you are enjoying the beautiful nature let it be the same beautiful for others don't litter ~ Humble Request From One Of The Citizen Of Bastar! 🙏🏻 # शुरुआत हमारी टीम ने कर रखी है , अब आप सबकी बारी है !   
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Rajasthan Foundation Sep 20
To protect bio-diversity, 6 wetlands are identified and 52 are marked for time-bound development in Rajasthan. Fresh and saline lakes supporting unique eco system in the State would be protected with strict implementation.
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HEMDEEP DAVE Sep 21
"Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads."
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Shota Samkharadze Sep 23
It is a shame, even the pandemic does not stop and @Lichfiled local area government to stop the violence over the nature.
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ho 💧 Sep 22
There are only 5 species of rhinoceroses in the world. They are in danger of extinction because of poaching and habitat loss. This clip shows co-existence of mega fauna, rhinos and elephants, in Sauraha, Chitwan National Park, Nepal 🇳🇵 🦏 🐘 🙏❤️
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Jharkhand Forestry Graduate's Association.(JFGA) Sep 22
It is an humble request from B. Sc. Forestry graduates to ConsiderB. Sc. Forestry As sole Eligibility Criteria For RFO, And ACF,as per national forest policy1988
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Scientists Pratik Pote Sep 20
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darshana Sep 24
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Jharkhand Forestry Graduate's Association.(JFGA) Sep 22
Very positive words from our respected Sri. Badal patralekh, Minister for Agriculture, Govt.Of jharkhand. Regarding Forestry Graduates recruitment policy in SFS.
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Nina Lekhi Sep 21
We need to look beyond the basic definition of “cruelty” to understand how our choices affect not only animals, but the environment and our families who inhabit it too.
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Avana Sep 21
This car free day let's pledge to free the world from pollution caused by cars. The day emphasizes the need for more and better public transit. Let us all take an initiative to find alternatives to cars. Come together to promote safe environment.
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