Environment | Renewable Energy | VOL. 8, ISSUE 47, March-April 2008 |

Suffering Sundarban

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The Sundarban has the distinction of being the largest contiguous mangrove forest in the world. It represents the largest mangal diversity with 70 mangal plant species and provides habitat for the threatened Royal Bengal Tiger apart from supporting a 4.1 million population struggling for a living. In an ecological zone that is prone to climate change disasters, protection and conservation through proven and workable solutions should be encouraged and developed. Rather it has turned into a renewable hotbed where every...

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