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Survival code for human race on this Planet

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Brain stimulates the human to do many thing by their Behavior and the way there think. It happens in two ways, voluntary and involuntary action. Involuntary action are the thing that happens within the body. Voluntary action is psychological concept is part of cognitive psychology, philosophy, neurology, criminology, and many other fields. It is associated with consciousness and will. Voluntary action works with action effect. Action effect is when an individual has learned to associate a particular action with a particular outcome. Thus, voluntary action is demonstrated when one cognitively identifies the desired outcome and pairs it with the action it will take to achieve it. But this action leads the human to do various things for their own pleasure. Where the people forgets the nature and starts generating thing what will affects the environment and lives of many other species.

Last Updated on Saturday, 09 April 2016 17:19 Read more...
 

Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) call for Research Programme

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Asia Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) is an Inter-Governmental Network whose primary objectives are to foster global environmental change research in the Asia-Pacific region, increase developing country participation in such research and to strength link between the scientific community and policy makers. It encourages, promotes, and supports research activities on long term global changes in climate, ocean, and territorial systems and related physical, chemical, biological, and socio economic process.

Under the Annual call for proposal 2015, APN is inviting applications from all member countries and approved countries under two separate programmes.

All the details about the call for proposals, submission procedures are available at: http://www.apn-gcr.org/call/2015/

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 10:18
 

TAPPING THE POTENTIAL OF MARGINAL LANDS: PRESSING ISSUES IN KENYA’S ASALs

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Kenya, ASALS occupy 89% of the country’s land and house up to 14 million people and approximately 70% of the national livestock. These areas evidently have not been fully merged with the rest of the country's development programmes, leaving their potential unexploited for the benefit of the communities residing within them. This has left them in abject poverty and underdevelopment- a contrast of the country's national goal to achieve its Vision 2030 by the year 2030.

The government has had many policies over the years that seek to put arid lands communities' interests at heart but that has not been realised to the maximum. Fifty years after independence and the situation still seems the same. Population in these areas exhibit the highest illiteracy levels in the country, poverty as well as community clashes from time to time mainly due to resources. There has been a trend of underdevelopment in these regions due to unjust historical decisions made by past governments that only focused on the biologically productive areas of the country.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 08:53 Read more...
 

Sendai Starts: Bangladesh Perspective

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The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) organized the World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Sendai, Japan from 14-18 March, 2015. Through a marathon round of negotiations, representatives from 187 countries have adopted the Sendai Framework as the first major agreement on the post 2015 development agenda on Disaster Risk Reduction for 2015-2030. Margareta Wahlström, Head of UNISDR, said that adoption of this new Framework for disaster risk reduction opens a major new chapter in sustainable development as it outlines clear targets and priorities for action which will lead to a substantial reduction of disaster risk and losses in lives, livelihood and health.

Last Updated on Saturday, 09 May 2015 17:27 Read more...
 

In the aftermath of the Nepal quake, CSE points out lapses in building regulations in India.

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The condition and quality of Indian building stock is poor when it comes to seismic performance, say CSE researchers. India has many instances of buildings collapsing even without an Earthquake laxity in enforcing regulations is to blame In Delhi, 70-80 per cent of buildings violate regulations; civic Agencies cite lack of human power as reason for not monitoring.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 April 2015 09:56 Read more...
 
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