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Himalayas Melting and Peninsular India Wilting

by D. Raveendranathan

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The great Himalayas are a range containing snow-capped peaks; however, these are melting at a rapid rate due to global warming and climate change. So far, this has already resulted in floods, landslides and other natural disasters.

Mr D Raveendranathan, IFS (Retd), was recruited as a Forest Range Officer in 1970 and was promoted as Assistant Conservator of Forests and deputed as Divisional Manger in 1991. Since then, he’s held various posts like Wildlife Warden, Deputy Conservator of Forests and was finally conferred IFS and posted as District Forest Officer. He retired from service and took to publishing two books—Green Inspirational Experiences in Forest Services and Western Ghats And The Bounteous Services Showered On The Planet. His passion and 36-year-long service with the Forest Department prompted him to express his concerns on the effect of global warming on India.



Himalayas Melting and Peninsular India Wilting





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