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Yes, There is a future for Green politics in India

By Suresh Nautiyal

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Rio+20 Summit: Not to be remembered for "paradigm shift"

UN World Summit on Sustainable Development or Rio+ Summit from 13 to 22 June 2012.

By: Suresh Nautiyal

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GG Congress Celebrated in Hindi

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UPP starts preparation for Assembly polls

Dehradun, 13 February 2012, Tribune News Network
The Uttarakhand Parivarthan Party (UPP) has started its preparation for the Assembly election of 2012 by giving directions to strengthen the party at the district and village levels, and also prepare a list of possible candidates. It was also decided to emerge as the third front with the help of like-minded political parties if needed against the BJP and the Congress.

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The expedited glacial retreat in the Himalaya is an ecological threat

Suresh Nautiyal’s Keynote address on the Himalaya Day functions at the Apeejay University, Haryana on September 9, 2011.

Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Ladies, Gentlemen and dear students,

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Story of indigenous rice seed with local farmers

Natabar continues to find, save and share his indigenous rice seed with local farmers. To date he has managed to re-introduce over 350 varieties.

But it’s not just about the indigenous rice seed of India or about the survival of a sustainable agriculture system with the knowledge of over ten thousand years.

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The Ruling Stick: Uttarakhand Panchayati Van Niyamavali (Panchayat Forest Rules 2005)

GOVERNMENT'S LAWS AND REGULATION VERSUS PEOPLE'S RIGHTS

By Suresh Nautiyal

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Direct democracy at village level: Obstacles and possibilities

Indian perspective with reference to the Central Himalayan state of Uttarakhand

Presentation made at the “The 2010 Global Forum on Modern Direct Democracy” Summit at San Francisco, USA in July 2010.

By Suresh Nautiyal

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Melting Himalayan Glaciers

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The Copenhagen Accord set the aim of limiting warming to two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit), but did not set a year by which carbon emissions should peak, nor did it spell out the aim for 2020, the important mid-term target year. Green activists and campaign groups slammed the deal for falling far below what scientists are claiming is needed to spear the threat from climate change.

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