Tag Archives: Environment

  • Mila Rangzen Genetic purification, and future of living beings

    All attempts by humans to find answers to our problems have failed because we humans were not visionary enough, not revolutionary enough, and obviously not bold enough. ...

  • Unique Tibetan gene and its evolution

    The adaptation of Tibetans is a wonderful discovery to understand how evolution can occur rapidly in response to geographic and environmental constraints. ...

  • Laden Tshering Samdup Tibet: For whom does the bell toll?

    "No man is an island" -- The Tibetan cause is a fight for you and your posterity’s survival on this earth. ...

  • Billionaire Elon Musk outlines plans for humans to colonize Mars

    SpaceX intends to fly to Mars about every 26 months when Earth and Mars are favorably aligned. Musk said he would like to launch the first crew as early as 2024. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Where is the world now after Paris Climate Conference?

    Will the Paris Agreement coming into force really make any significant difference, since there are many underlying issues that have not been addressed. ...

  • Claudia Roth Let the people in Tibet live in freedom

    Gatherings like this, the 7th International Tibet Support Groups Conference, are paramount to the fight for justice, and a symbol against silence and indifference. ...

  • TSG Conference asks China to resume dialogue for Tibetan autonomy

    The three-day Seventh Tibet Support Groups Conference in Brussels came to an end with 250 delegates from 50 countries reaffirming their dedication to the Tibetan cause. ...

  • Black carbon accelerating glacier meltdown in Tibetan Plateau

    Fossil fuel and biomass, which are sources of black carbon, are accelerating glacier meltdown across the Himalayas and Tibetan Plateau, a new research report has found. ...

  • Tenzin Tsedup Mercury’s rising, quite literally!

    One can only hope that the PRC, South Asian countries, and global community act before it is too late. ...

  • India flooding kills 96, forces 1 million into relief camps

    The death toll in flooding from heavy monsoon rains in India has climbed past 90, with about a million people taking shelter in government-run relief camps, officials said Tuesday. ...