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Environment and Ecology

  1. Environment
  2. Ecology
  3. Ecosystem
  4. Biome
  5. Terrestrial ecosystems
  6. Aquatic ecosystems
  7. Ecotone
  8. Biological relationships
  9. Food chains, food webs and Ecological pyramids
  10. Bioaccumulation and Biomagnification
  11. Carbon and nitrogen cycles
  12. Ecological succession

Biodiversity & Conservation

  1. Biodiversity
  2. Factors affecting biodiversity
  3. Biological diversity act 2002
  4. Convention on biological diversity
  5. CBD protocols
  6. Biosphere reserves
  7. Modes of conservation
  8. Biodiversity Hotspots
  9. Critical wildlife habitats
  10. CITES
  11. CMS
  12. IUCN red list
  13. Mangroves
  14. Coral reefs
  15. Protected areas
  16. Protected areas in India
  17. National Green Tribunal
  18. National wildlife action plan
  19. Marine protected areas
  20. Indian Vulture crisis
  21. Project elephant
  22. Project Tiger
  23. Project snow leopard
  24. National bamboo mission
  25. Forest rights
  26. Joint forest management
  27. Ecomark
  28. UNESCO

Climate change

  1. Climate change and global warming
  2. Ozone depletion
  3. Vienna convention
  4. Climate change and agriculture
  5. Deforestation
  6. Desertification
  7. UNCCD
  8. National action plan on climate change
  9. Climate investment funds


  1. Air pollution
  2. Stockholm convention
  3. Acid rain
  4. Eutrophication
  5. Land degradation
  6. Ocean acidification
  7. Marine pollution
  8. Wetlands
  9. Ramsar convention
  10. Basel convention
  11. Bamako convention
  12. World Heritage Site
  13. Rotterdam convention

International organizations

  1. UNEP
  3. Global environment facility
  4. IPCC
  5. International tropical timber organization

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