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Two Marol researchers find new species of trapdoor spider in Kerala (October Week #2 (2015))
In yet another feather in the cap for Mumbai-based Rajesh Sanap (27) andZeeshan Mirza (27), researchers from National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), Bangalore, the duo has discovered the largest trapdoor spider in SouthWestern Ghats of Kerala.

Delhi's popular animal shelter Friendicoes faces cash crunch (Issue of the week, August Week #5 (2015))
Friendicoes has been sheltering abandoned animals and running vaccination drives for stray dogs in Delhi for years. But now, faced with a crippling funds crunch, this NGO is crying out for help.

Friendicoes Society for Eradication of Cruelty to Animals (SECA) has launched an online campaign asking animal lovers to keep it afloat, after the 36-year-old NGO faced closure because of financial crisis.

No immersion in Aarey lake this Ganeshotsav- Dairy Department (August Week #5 (2015))
This Ganeshotsav, idols will not be immersed in Aarey lake but in a special artificial pond that will be built for the purpose. This decision has been taken by the Aarey Dairy Development Department's chief executive officer (CEO), which has been welcomed
by environmentalists.

Vehicles Transporting Biomedical Waste to be Tracked with GPS (August Week #5 (2015))
HYDERABAD: Determined to contain the health hazard posed by dumping of biomedical waste in open space, Telangana State Pollution Control Board (TSPCB) has decided to use Global Positioning System (GPS) to track the vehicles transporting hospital waste.

Maharashtra forest department approves Rs 9 crore to protect wildlife (August Week #5 (2015)) KOLHAPUR: As the wildlife venturing outside the forest areas faces major threats, the state forest department has approved Rs 9 crore for wildlife protection, which includes creation of infrastructure and facilities.
Climate Talks: India to Hold Meeting of LMDCs (August Week #5 (2015))
NEW DELHI: Ahead of the crucial UN climate talks in Paris later this year, India would hold a meeting, of ‘Like-Minded Developing Countries’ (LMDCs) in September, on climate change to build a consensus on issues related to adaptation, mitigation and financing.

The LMDCs include a group of developing countries which would negotiate together as a group at the international platform. India has been talking to BASIC, LMDCs and SAARC nations to ensure that the new legal agreement on climate
change is based on historical responsibility of polluters and right to grow for developing nations. India is in the process of finalising its ‘Intended Nationally Determined Contributions’ (INDCs) which would be submitted to the United Nations next month.
All countries are either in the process or have submitted their INDCs in the run up to the Paris Climate Change Conference.

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