Environment - Current Affairs for March, 2015

Environment Current Affairs for March, 2015

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▼ State wide bandh observed in TN against Karnataka on 28thMarch 2015 to protest against decision to dam River Kaveri   [03-30-15]

The State Assembly had adopted a unanimous resolution condemning the action of Karnataka and has postponed the session.

▼ Cyclone Pam hits South Pacific Islands in March 2015   [03-28-15]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed sorrow and pain of all those affected by the devastation caused by Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu.

▼ Odisha's Ganjam district venue for mass nesting of Olive Ridley turtles   [03-28-15]

On the first day, over 10,000 female turtles have laid eggs in the over 3-km-long sandy beach from Gokharakuda to Podampeta. The mass nesting of the Olive Ridley was followed by the sporadic nesting in the rookery, considered as the second largest after Gahiramatha. Besides the river Rushikulya mouth and Gahiramatha, the Devi river mouth in Odisha coast is also the famous mass nesting sites for the Olive Ridley.

▼ India collaborates with Norway to study global climate change   [03-28-15]

The linkages between climatic variations in the polar region and the Indian monsoon are also a part of the study. India is maintaining a research base called Himadri in the Arctic.

▼ 10 Automatic Weather Centres to be launched by INCOIS in collaboration with SCI   [03-27-15]

Three automatic weather stations have been installed on trial basis, the INCOIS information has been very accurate and helpful during the recent Cyclone Hud-Hud that created havoc on Andhra Pradesh.