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Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum – Impacts & Outcome and A walk through the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark

Impacts at the Forum & a walk through the Botanic Ark
Impacts at the Forum & a walk through the Botanic Ark

The video features thoughts on the Forum and its importance, outlines the expectations of the participants on the impact the Forum is likely to have in the field of conservation. The video also takes us on a walk through the biodiversity haven of the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark and features its beautiful flowers, butterflies, plants, heritage bungalows and the Communities who make the Ark.

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The Story of Dulu Bora – Balipara Foundation Awardee

The Story of Dulu Bora – Balipara Foundation Awardee
The Story of Dulu Bora – Balipara Foundation Awardee

Community Heroes play an important role in conservation. They are the real crusaders who are working tirelessly to create social, economic and environmental impact in protecting the essential natural resources and restoring the beauty of the Eastern Himalayas. The video features the story of Dulu Bora – a Balipara Foundation Awardee, recipient of Conservation through innovation Award, who shares his journey of protecting animals, love for nature and message to allow nature to take its own course without human intervention and interference.

Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark - Biodiverse haven of the Eastern Himalayas

Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark - Biodiverse haven of the Eastern Himalayas
Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark - Biodiverse haven of the Eastern Himalayas

He’s The Last Male Northern White Rhino On Earth, And He’s Now On Tinder

In his Tinder profile, Sudan is described as “one of a kind” — and that’s not a baseless boast. 

He’s the last male northern white rhino on the planet and, as his profile explains, “the fate of my species literally depends on me.”

On Tuesday, Kenya’s Ol Pejeta Conservancy and dating app Tinder announced a joint campaign to raise awareness about Sudan’s plight, and to raise funds to support efforts to save the northern white rhino from extinction.

New Species Discovered in Meghalaya Cave: The Blind Albino Crab

India’s eighth longest cave in Meghalaya has revealed one of its closely guarded secrets. Researchers have stumbled up an almost blind, albino crab that had to date remained hidden in the darkest corners of the 7.3 km long cave.

Scientists of the Zoological Survey of India, after preliminary inspection and discussions with international experts, claimed that it was a new species, unknown to scientists so far. This is the first cave dwelling crab discovered from India.

Monastery's gift to preserve nature - Land turned into community-conserved area

Guwahati, April 27: A monastery in Arunachal Pradesh has decided to convert a significant portion of its forest land into a community-conserved area.

A programme was held at Domkho village in West Kameng district yesterday where the Mon-Lhagyala Buddhist Cultural Society (MLBCS) and the Kalaktang Tsopa, a confederation of more than 20 Monpa villages, declared the forested land as the Mon-Lhagyala Community Conserved Area (MLCCA).

Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 4

Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 4
Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 4

Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 3

Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 3
Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum Balipara Foundation Awards 2016- Part 3

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