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Book Launch at Delhi February 16, 2010

TRAFFIC India and WWF-India

invite you to the launch of

"Handbook on Wildlife Law Enforcement in India"

Delhi Sustainable Development Summit, February 5-7, 2010, New Delhi

February 5-7, 2010, New Delhi: Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2010, ‘Beyond Copenhagen: new pathways to sustainable development’.
More information from http://dsds.teriin.org/2010/

Tackling Animal Issues with Loving Solutions (TAILS), January 14-17, 2010

TAILS is a trendsetter – a catalyst that seeks to change people's mindsets regarding animals. It is meant to create awareness about all animals – not only strays, but also for animals exploited in sports, animals used in lab testing, domesticated animals and even wild animals. Several activities are being conducted as a buildup to the finale event in January. These activities seek to involve people on a one to one…

Nature Camp, December 15-19, 2009, Great Rann of Kutchh

The Bombay Natural History Society is organising a trip to the Great Rann of Kutchh in December 2009. Campers will visit Banni, Chari-Dhand and a few other birding hotspots. December is an excellent time to see the Common Crane, Short-eared Owl, Greater Spotted Eagle, Tawny Eagle, Steppe Eagle, Laggar Falcon, Chestnut-bellied Sandgrouse, Sykes Lark, Indian Courser, Indian Bustard, Crab Plover, Greater Flamingo, Lesser…

Nature Camp, December 20-24, 2009, Great Rann of Kutchh

The Bombay Natural History Society is organising a trip to the Great Rann of Kutchh in December 2009. Campers will visit Banni, Chari-Dhand and a few other birding hotspots. December is an excellent time to see the Common Crane, Short-eared Owl, Greater Spotted Eagle, Tawny Eagle, Steppe Eagle, Laggar Falcon, Chestnut-bellied Sandgrouse, Sykes Lark, Indian Courser, Indian Bustard, Crab Plover, Greater Flamingo, Lesser…

United Nations Climate Conference COP 15, December 7-18, 2009, Copenhagen

The most important political, social and environmental event of this century will be held in Denmark. Leaders from 192 countries will meet and hopefully forge an agreement on tackling the greatest challenge of our times – man-made climate change.

For more details: www.en.cop15.dk

Third School in Herpetology, Arya Vidyapeeth College, November 2-17, 2009, Guwahati

Aimed at training young professionals in India and in neighbouring countries in the field of herpetology, the Arya Vidyapeeth College is inviting renowned herpetologists from around the world to facilitate the course.

For more details on the course and to complete the application form click…

Every Shade of Green Under the Sun – CMS Vatavaran 2009, October 27-31, 2009, New Delhi

The Fifth CMS Vatavaran – Environment and Wildlife Film Festival will be organised at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi from October 27-31, 2009 from 10.30 a.m. to 8.30 p.m.

Register now and participate in the five days programme that will touch upon a variety of issues such as climate change, global warming, eco-tourism, natural heritage conservation, forest and wildlife related issues, green building,…

Day of Global Action, October 24, 2009

Madagascar, the 100th and most recent registrant for the 350 International Day of Action on Climate Change on October 24, 2009, is a symbol of hope for climate crusaders around the globe. When Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org, began his work, he decided to find a lynch pin that would bind environmentalists, politicians, corporate and the common man.…

Wildlife Week Celebrations with the Bombay Natural History Society, October 6-9, 2009, Mumbai

The BNHS is hosting an exhibition on ‘Medicinal Plants’ at Hornbill House. The exhibition will highlight the valuable floral heritage of India and their commercial exploitation and implications.

The exhibition will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and will includ an audio-visual presentation on October 8.

Venue: Hornbill House, Opposite Lion Gate,…