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Sanctuary Asia
India's leading and magazine. Est.1981. Now a part of the Sanctuary Nature Foundation.
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Sejal Mehta 21h
Wrote the cover story for 's june issue - an essay about the creatures on our shores, and the coastal policies that pose a threat to them. The intertidal gets pride of place in this beautiful magazine. Available on stands and on magster.
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Sanctuary Asia Jun 15
For those wanting to attend the Coastal Road hearing - it is TOMORROW June 17,2019 3PM at Mumbai High Court Room number 52
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Save Our Coast Mumbai Jun 15
WE NEED YOUR HELP: only 400 more signatures are required on the petition to hit 1 lakh signatures. (1/n) .
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Sanctuary Asia Jun 15
Sign this petition And convey to the high court that you disagree with their idea of matters national importance.
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Sara Mahdi 🌊 Jun 15
Tomorrow the matter will be heard at the Bombay High Court The BMC argument is that the Coastal Road is a matter of national importance UMMM I DON’t think so. Allow me to quote my mentor and boss to explain WHY I disagree
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Sanctuary Asia Jun 15
Do you go to the beach on Sundays?
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Rohit Choudhury Jun 14
Respected sir please ban single use plastics in the state of Assam & help in pradushan mukta Axom🙏
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Erik Solheim Jun 14
5 trillion,pieces of plastics are currently floating in the ocean. Adidas and Parley will clean up,oceans making sport shoes. Great initiative!
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Save Our Coast Mumbai Jun 14
The wonderful is having a workshop tomorrow. Public transportation is the way to go for over-populated city like ours unless we love traffic jams! let's advocate for efficient public transportation.
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Asha de Vos Ph.D. Jun 14
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Neha Sinha Jun 11
These poor frogs. You want rain, listen to environmentalists and look up best practice. You want water, catch the rain where it falls. Make rainfall harvesting structures. Marrying frogs -- soft skinned animals that don't like being touched -- is just the worst thing you can do
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Rohit Choudhury Jun 11
Report of CEC of Supreme Court of India on illegal mining near Kaziranga National Park & Tiger Reserve LINK-
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Anupam Singh Sisodia Jun 9
Bringing to you a story of , and titled MUGGER-MAN IN DISGUISE in ’s June 2019 issue. Go grab your copies :)
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Bittu Sahgal Jun 8
Only very, very ignorant people imagine that I've melt in the Arctic is a distant problem. This ice affects our planet's weather system and it will seriously impact the quality of life of current & future generations.
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Sanctuary Asia Jun 8
part 2 - How will the impact fishing communities and the fragile coastal ecosystems? Animated by Tina Nandi Thanks
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Sanctuary Asia Jun 8
How will the impact Bombay’s fragile coastal ecosystem and the Koli community? Part 1.
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Sanctuary Asia Jun 7
No water, no life No blue, no green.
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Rohan Chakravarty Jun 6
Happy . Cartoon from my column with : The seahorse clinging to the earbud makes reference to an actual image by photographer Justin Hofman.
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barkha deva Jun 4
Maharashtra, facing its worst-ever drought since 1972, is running out of fodder for more than 10 lakh heads of cattle that have been shifted to 1,501 cattle camps. Sugarcane crop threatened. Yet ‘experts’ tell us ‘talk of farm crisis’ was misleading?
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