Saving elephants needs more than ivory trade ban,” read a statement from PETA

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“We know it’s time for the global community to work together. That’s why today PETA is launching a new partnership with Bonyasa to put an end to elephants from Congo and South Africa by helping them stop buying ivory and ending all ivory trade across the Atlantic,” said Michael Brune, president of PETA Asia.

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Group welcomes water development bans for six sites

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In order to minimize the spread of diseases in the river, the state water plan includes ban of all water development on eight sites. The bans are scheduled to expire in January 2018.

In the meantime, the department and the state Department of Health are implementing a network of rese청주 출장 안마rvoirs and water tanks, which include a reservoir in the city of Madurai and reservoirs in the neighbouring village of Pramodnagar and the city of Na룰렛gatapattinam.

The city also plans to create two new water reservoirs to accommodate a total capacity of 2,750 million liters of water in the next couple of years.

“On the basis of the research conducted on the water quality, a team headed by Prof. Dr. Vijay Iyer is set to conduct a trial of the facility within a few months and if its results prove satisfactory, the city will submit the permit for development at the earliest,” said K. M. Rao, director general of the department of water resources.