You are here:
Conservation
#

Conservation

Get Alerts

Articles

View all

After Scottish independence vote, separatists say Britain reneging on pledges

Oct 15, 2014

After Scottish independence vote, separatists say Britain reneging on pledges

LONDON (Reuters) - Less than a month after Scots spurned independence, separatists said on Tuesday that British Prime Minister David Cameron was betraying Scotland by reneging on pledges to grant more spending powers to the Scottish parliament. In a last-ditch attempt to shore up support for the union days before the Sept. #Business #United States #India #China #Japan #Technology #markets #Latin America #conservative
Conservatives want changes to Vatican document on family, gays

Oct 15, 2014

Conservatives want changes to Vatican document on family, gays

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Conservative Roman Catholic prelates on Tuesday vowed to change a controversial Vatican document that held out the possibility of a major shift in the Church's attitude towards homosexuals. The document, issued on Monday, said homosexuals had "gifts and qualities to offer" and asked if Catholicism could accept gays and recognise positive aspects of same-sex couples. In a dramatic change in tone from past condemnatory language, it said the Church should challenge itself to find "a fraternal space" for homosexuals without compromising Catholic doctrine on family and matrimony. #facebook #India #Japan #Brazil #France #markets #Argentina #Mexico #Church #opinion #conservatives #conservative
In Malala's hometown, pride over young Nobel peace laureate

Oct 11, 2014

In Malala's hometown, pride over young Nobel peace laureate

MINGORA Pakistan (Reuters) - Hours after Malala Yousafzai was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, people in her hometown in Pakistan erupted in joy that a young woman from their conservative society had won global recognition for fighting for women's right to education. #facebook #China #Brazil #Russia #markets #Italy #Argentina #opinion #conservative
Change looms for Nobel Peace Prize as chairman risks coup

Oct 03, 2014

Change looms for Nobel Peace Prize as chairman risks coup

OSLO/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The head of the Nobel Peace Prize committee risks a unprecedented demotion after announcing the 2014 winner next week, part of wider changes that could both tilt the award to the right and dim chances for future U.S. presidents to win. The Nobel season of the world's most coveted awards, each worth $1.1 million, opens on Monday with the medicine or physiology prize followed by physics, chemistry, peace and economics #Politics #Business #Technology #France #Arabic #Russia #Argentina #opinion #conservatives

BLOG POSTS

View all

India's latest conservation fix dehorn rhinos, deport leopards

Mar 10, 2014

India's latest conservation fix dehorn rhinos, deport leopards

Assam minister mulls cutting off rhino horns to save them from poachers. Maharashtra lawmakers seek removal of all leopards from Mumbai's Aarey colony to resolve conflict. #India #Environment #NewsTracker #Assam #Conservation #ULFA #Wildlife #Aarey Colony
Maneaters must be put down, not put away in crowded zoos

Dec 07, 2013

Maneaters must be put down, not put away in crowded zoos

It is neither economically feasible nor biologically necessary to rehabilitate every maneater in overburdened zoos. When a big cat cant hunt its natural prey, its time is up. #India #Environment #Conservation #Bhandipore #Widlife #Bandipur Tiger Reserve #Wildlife Conservation Society-India