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PSYCHOLOGY, BEHAVIORAL ECONOMISTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Behavioral economists study how people make decisions. Their findings are not only relevant to economics but also to climate policy.  Recently there has been increasing interest in behavioral economics and the contribution from research by psychologists. The following draws particularly on the paper by the eminent behavioral economist Prof Matthew …

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Denunciation of climatic condition especially in monsoon season causes increase of dengue fever

Denunciation of climatic condition especially in monsoon season causes increase of dengue fever   With growing urbanization, industrialization, agricultural and other anthropogenic activities, fresh water resources such as rivers, lakes, streams and ground water are being depleted. Besides, these water resources are being contaminated with toxic metals, hospital waste, pharmaceuticals, …

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HOW OZONE DEPLETES BY CHLOROFLUROCARBON

Ozone layer is the most important for any type of the living organism on the earth when it is found in the stratosphere. Ozone is high reactive gas which has blue color. Ozone basically poisonous gas if inhaled can cause death. Ozone contains an extra atom of oxygen (O3). Ozone …

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اخروٹ کا روزانہ استعمال بہتر صحت کے ساتھ کئی بیماریوں سے بچاتا ہے، ماہرین

نیویارک: امریکی ماہرین صحت کا کہنا ہےکہ روزانہ 56 گرام مغز اخروٹ کا مسلسل 6 ماہ تک استعمال خون کی نالیوں کو بہتر بناتا ہے اور ساتھ ہی بہت سے امراض سے بھی بچاجاسکتا ہے۔ امریکی ماہرین کےمطابق دل اور خون کی شریانیں تنگ ہونے سے ٹائپ ٹو ذیابیطس کا مرض لاحق ہوسکتا …

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Research for small farmers in Pakistan

A Charles Sturt University (CSU) student has set his sights on filling an annual forage production gap for smallholder Pakistani farmers by equipping them to successfully grow improved seed for quality forage production.   Mr Muhammad Shoaib Tufail is doing his PhD through the University’s School of Animal and Veterinary …

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New research shows plants talking

Farmers know well the issues that can arise with their crops. One of the biggies is insects eating plants. What’s interesting, though, is that recently more studies are being done on how plants communicate with and to the environment around them. While research on plants has been happening for thousands …

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