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Your Environment This Week: Future green crusaders, land use change in Jammu & Kashmir, new termites – Mongabay-India

Posted: January 10, 2020 at 9:47 pm

This weeks environment and conservation news stories rolled into one.

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We kick off a new series on forests of India, The Indian Forest Story, with this piece on Indias forest policy that, after nearly four years, is yet to be finalised.

In Kashmir region around 15,000 acres of state land, mostly around eco-sensitive zones such as wetlands and rivers, has so far been identified for infrastructural development by the new regional government. In Jammu region over 42,000 acres of land has been identified.

On January 1, students of Kerala organised a demonstration to raise awareness about climate change and global warming, in Thrissur. This event highlighted the growing trend of smaller cities in India also seeing a strong student movement demanding action on climate change.

Stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana is a major cause of air pollution in north India. However, farmers have little choice as other options like machines to get their fields ready for the next crop, are a financial load on the farmers.

The lack of data in the context of disaster resilience that can be plugged through app-based crowdsourcing is in sharp contrast to the smartphone and internet usage boom in the country, researchers said.

A bird conservation drive teaching the importance of avian species to children of the Aayub school in Jharkhand has helped reduce bird hunting in Pandrasali, a common practice where even children were involved.

Among the 30 river linking projects proposed by the central government, the Pamba-Achankovil-Vaippar project enjoys support in southern Tamil Nadu, while there are serious apprehensions in Kerala about its possible environmental and livelihood impacts.

The identification of the two new termite species from the Western Ghats of Kerala, christenedKrishnacapritermes dineshanandKrishnacapritermes manikandan,has swelled the ranks of the Krishnacapritermes genus that so far had only two species.

Ecologist and environmental author A.J.T Johnsingh, in his review, highlights the multitudes of cases of rewilding in India, as explored in the book by conservation biologist and environmental journalist Bahar Dutt.

Thestudy estimated energy demands to meet basic needs for decent living and found out that to meet decent living standards, India would need 23 percent greater capital (and related energy) compared with the current business-as-usual scenario, the study found.

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Termite Bait Systems Market 2019: Analysis And Forecast By The Dow Chemical Company, BASF, Bayer, Sumitomo Chemical, Syngenta, Rentokil Initial,…

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Global Termite Bait Systems Market is set to witness a CAGR of 5.9% in the forecast period of 2019-2026, raising the initial estimated value from USD 257.3 million in 2019 to an estimated value of USD 407.01 million by 2026. This is due to the increasing prevalence of termites in buildings.

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The Dow Chemical Company, BASF, Bayer, Sumitomo Chemical, Syngenta, Rentokil Initial, Spectrum Brands Inc., Ensystex, Rollins Inc., Terminix, Arrow Exterminators.

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Termite bait systems are environmentally safe and can be applied conveniently which help in driving the market growth

Change in climatic conditions has increased the prevalence of termites which has increased the demand for termite reduction systems. This trend is driving the growth of the market

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By Termite Typeo Subterranean termites, Dampwood termites, Drywood termites, Others Conehead termites Desert termites

By Station Typeo In-ground, Above-ground

By Applicationo Commercial & Industrial, Residential, Agriculture & livestock farmso Others Forestry Storage Transport facilities

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Termite Control Market Advance Technology And New Innovations 2020 To 2027 – Food & Beverage Herald

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Termite Control Market report presents the worldwide market size (Value, Production and Consumption), splits the breakdown (data status 2014-2019 and 5 Forces forecast 2020 to 2025), by manufacturers, region, type and application. This Termite Control market report profiles major topmost manufactures operating (BASF SE, Bayer AG, The DOW Chemical Company, Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd., FMC Corporation, United Phosphorus Ltd, Nufarm Limited, Nippon Soda Co. Ltd, Rentokil Initial PLC, Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd., and Ensystex.) in terms of analyse various attributes such asProduction, Consumption, Revenue, Gross Margin, Cost, Gross, Market Share, CAGR, and Market Influencing Factors of the Termite Control industry in USA, EU, China, India, Japan and other regions. Besides, the report also covers Termite Control market segment data, including: type segment, industry segment, channel segment etc. cover different segment market size, both volume and value. Also cover different industries clients information, which is very important for the manufacturers.

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Anti-Semitism won’t be cured by education, but it’s a first step – Washington Examiner

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As someone who regularly writes and comments on anti-Semitism, Ive been getting asked a lot, "What is going on in New York?" Even my six-year-old daughter, overhearing radio and television interviews, has been asking, Why do other people hate Jews? They are both complicated questions without easy answers, especially for a kindergartner.

As with other forms of bigotry and hatred, a great deal of Jew hatred stems from pure ignorance and fear of the other. Like almost no other minority group in America outside of the Amish, visibly Orthodox Jews (Haredi or ultra-Orthodox) are distinctive in every way; they dress differently, they often speak Yiddish or Hebrew and at least meld it with English, and follow Biblical laws long since forgotten by the secularized world. In an Orthodox neighborhood on a Saturday afternoon, seeing throngs of modest and well-dressed Jews walking the streets instead of driving is common. Orthodox Jews are the epitome of the other and live and work in a tight communal circle a boon for intracommunal cohesiveness but counterproductive for intercommunal understanding and acceptance.

Several weeks ago, a friend noted to me an interesting phenomenon among African American friends: They were sharing anti-Semitic memes from leaders like Louis Farrakhan, who has a tendency to call Jews termites with shocking increased frequency. She noted that they did this despite not knowing any Jews.

That was what stuck out: They dont know any Jews. Its much easier to hate someone you dont know, someone you havent broken bread with, or witnessed their humanity.

Its not just that there is a massive urban population living alongside Jews that dont personally know any, but they also dont know anything about Jews either.

Earlier this week, a video from gonzo journalist Ami Horowitz made the rounds on social media. In the video, Horowitz interviewed any number of African Americans living in Brooklyn about the attacks on their Jewish neighbors. While we dont see every interview and there are certainly those who unequivocally denounced the violence, there were a disturbing number who placed the blame for these attacks on the shoulders of the victims themselves. They were so ignorant about Jews and Jewish history, most of those videoed believed they were recent immigrants to the country.

But one of the puzzle pieces of the answer to solving this crisis of anti-Semitism may come from an unexpected place: Congress.

According to a press release this week, Representative Ted Budd (R-NC) introduced H. Res. 782 along with Reps. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) and David Kustoff (R-TN). The resolution encourages public schools throughout the country to design and teach a curriculum about the history of anti-Semitism and the Holocaust, and the historic importance of the creation of the Jewish State of Israel in 1948.

Late last year in Palm Beach County, Florida, a high school principal was fired by the school board in the aftermath of emailing a parent who inquired about Holocaust education, "I cant say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in a position to do so as a school district employee."

In Jersey City, New Jersey, immediately following the massacre there, a school board member called Jews brutes.

Why is it that federal intervention may be necessary? Because even in districts with high populations of Jewish residents, even in districts with teachers who are mandated to teach about the Holocaust and about anti-Semitism more broadly, anti-Semitism still remains. The only cure for hate is sunlight, and more education about Jews and the origins and history of Jew-hatred would be the first step in shining some light.

Bethany Mandel (@bethanyshondark) is a stay-at-home and homeschooling mother of four and a freelance writer. She is an editor at Ricochet.com, a columnist at the Forward, and a contributor to the Washington Examiners Beltway Confidential blog.

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Monkeys smashing nuts with stones hint at how human tool use evolved – The Conversation US

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Human beings used to be defined as the tool-maker species. But the uniqueness of this description was challenged in the 1960s when Dr. Jane Goodall discovered that chimpanzees will pick and modify grass stems to use to collect termites. Her observations called into question homo sapiens very place in the world.

Since then scientists knowledge of animal tool use has expanded exponentially. We now know that monkeys, crows, parrots, pigs and many other animals can use tools, and research on animal tool use changed our understanding of how animals think and learn.

Studying animal tooling defined as the process of using an object to achieve a mechanical outcome on a target can also provide clues to the mysteries of human evolution.

Our human ancestors shift to making and using tools is linked to evolutionary changes in hand anatomy, a transition to walking on two rather than four feet and increased brain size. But using found stones as pounding tools doesnt require any of these advanced evolutionary traits; it likely came about before humans began to manufacture tools. By studying this percussive tool use in monkeys, researchers like my colleagues and I can infer how early human ancestors practiced the same skills before modern hands, posture and brains evolved.

Understanding wild animals memory, thinking and problem-solving abilities is no easy task. In experimental research where animals are asked to perform a behavior or solve a problem, there should be no distractions like a predator popping up. But wild animals come and go as they please, over large spaces, and researchers cannot control what is happening around them.

However, some field sites provide a unique opportunity to test wild animals cognition. Fazenda Boa Vista in Piau, Brazil is one of those sites. Here, wild bearded capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus) naturally use stones and anvils to crack open nuts.

Along with fruit, insects, fungi, and tubers, the Fazenda Boa Vista capuchin monkeys opportunistically crack open nuts as an additional food source. Although these monkeys only spend about 2% of their time using tools to access foods, the nuts they eat are an important secondary food item that are available year-round. The challenge is that these nuts have tough shells that cant be cracked open without a tool. This population of monkeys has figured out how to crack nuts by placing them on a wood or stone anvil and then smashing them with rocks that weigh around 25-50% of their body weight.

These bearded capuchin monkeys were the first South American primates that scientists ever observed using tools only spotted in 2003. Since this discovery, researchers have been studying the decision-making and strategies involved in capuchins stone tool use.

Because using stones to pound open food looks remarkably like what anthropologists imagine one of the earliest forms of human tool use looked like, researchers study these monkeys as a way to understand our own evolutionary past.

My colleagues and I carried out an experimental field study that focused on understanding how these monkeys prepare to use their tools. Just as a person might move her hands around a box to decide how best to lift it, monkeys at this site feel their way through tool use.

First, we placed unfamiliar stones and palm nuts around naturally-occurring wood or stone anvils. Since the monkeys frequently use stones to crack open these tough nuts on the anvils, it was only a matter of time before they tried out the experimental stones.

We filmed slow-motion videos of 12 monkeys cracking nuts to understand how monkeys adjust to using an unfamiliar tool. The idea, stemming from perception-action theory, is that monkeys may obtain helpful information about the tool, like how heavy it is, and where they can hold it securely, by manipulating it before they use it. Like testing a hammer with a few light taps before you use it, this information may then help the monkeys to strike the nut forcefully and accurately.

Back in the U.S., we spent months carefully watching the slow-motion videos and recording the monkeys quick behaviors while using tools. The videos showed that for nut-cracking, monkeys grasp the sides of a stone, lift it to shoulder height, quickly move its hands to the top of the stone, then bring it down on the nut.

Given that the stones can weigh about half as much as an adult female monkey, this is an impressive feat. But its not always done perfectly. If the monkeys grip isnt right, she might lose control of the stone, and if the stone comes down at an angle the nut is likely to fly off the anvil. When this happens, the monkeys lose precious time and energy trying to achieve their goal.

What we found, though, is that the monkeys might avoid these imperfect outcomes by spinning, flipping and doing partial lifts with the stones to test different grips and find the one thats most likely to be successful. The preparatory lifts didnt necessarily help the monkeys crack open more nuts, but they might be linked to tuning muscular coordination as the monkeys prepare themselves for a heavy lift. Essentially, the preparatory lifts may help the monkeys get a sense of what theyll need their muscles to do when it comes time to lift the stone and strike the nut in earnest.

This same sort of haptic perception the process of coming to understand an object by moving it around plays a key role your own ability to use tools with dexterity. In human beings evolutionary past, increasingly refined haptic perception may have contributed to advancing tool use.

Studying how animals think about and use tool offers scientists like me an exciting glimpse into what human evolutionary history may have looked like, while also helping us to better understand animals in their own right.

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Termite Bait Systems Market Report by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application Forecast 2019 2025 – Expert Recorder

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Viance offers environmentally advanced utility pole and crossarm preservative alternative to penta – Utility Products

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Viance, a leading innovator in the wood preservation industry, announced the introduction of UltraPole NXT in 2018. UltraPole NXT is a rigorously tested, environmentally advanced preservative that offers utilities an alternative to penta and other preservative systems currently in use.

Given recent market developments regarding the long-term supply of pentachlorophenol (penta), utilities and their suppliers are evaluating other preservative options. Viance is ready to supply market needs with the environmentally advanced UltraPole NXT and UltraArm NXT preservative systems.

UltraPole NXT and UltraArm NXT are designed to protect utility poles, cross arms and transportation bridge timbers from decay fungi and termites using the environmental award-winning active ingredient, DCOI.

The active ingredient in the UltraPole NXT and UltraArm NXT formulation is fully standardized as a wood preservative by the American Wood Protection Association. As part of the standardization process, Viance presented 28-year performance data supporting the long-term protection for utility poles and cross arms. The data showed that DCOI offered equal or better protection than penta in the long-term, side by side field study.

"UltraPole NXT offers electric utilities a high performance, durable pole with minimal environmental impact," said John Hussa, president of Viance. "UltraPole NXT treated poles are backed by a 50-year warranty against termites and decay and offer the industry's only warranty for an oil-borne preservative."

UltraPole NXT and UltraArm NXT use less energy, fossil fuels and water to produce, with lower eco-toxicity than other materials used for poles. A recent comparison by Gradient concluded that DCOI has lower environmental and toxicity impact scores than CCA, penta, and creosote. UltraPole NXT capitalizes on the physical and environmental strengths of wood poles, with less impact on the environment.

DCOI, a key preservative component in Ecolife treated decking and fencing is the leading non-metallic preservative currently on the market. DCOI is also a major component of the marine antifouling paint, Sea-Nine, which won the US Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award; Designing Greener Chemicals in 1996.

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Young and fearless give hope for protecting rights in India – Chicago Daily Herald

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Until just a few days ago, it felt like a dark cloud had descended over India. Its secular past was a distant memory. A Hindu supremacist party, the BJP, led by Prime Minister Modi and his enforcer Amit Shah, was bulldozing toward its objective of creating a Hindu nation. The constitution was in shreds, law enforcement agencies were acting like BJP henchmen and the court system had lost the confidence of the minorities that it could be fair and impartial. The ordinary citizen was afraid to speak.

Then came a small peaceful protest at a university in Delhi against the Modi/Shah plan to destroy India's secularism. The brutal suppression by the Delhi police that included beating up students with batons and dragging them out of the college libraries led to widespread outrage. A video of college girls standing up to cops who were assaulting a young man mercilessly went viral. The pushback from the young and the fearless had started.

Universities across the country joined in protest. People from all walks of life found the courage to go out in the street and call out BJP's brazenly anti-secular policies.

The series of policies and laws put into place by the BJP government is confusing, but their intent is not. The aim of these policies is to snatch away citizenship for as many of the 200 million Indian Muslims as possible.

The first policy, National Register of Citizens (NRC), was implemented in the state of Assam to root out alleged infiltrators from neighboring Bangladesh. Residents needed to provide proof that they were in India before the formation of Bangladesh; an impossible task for hundreds of thousands of poor and illiterate. BJP thought they would be getting rid of a million or two of the Muslims in that area, but large numbers of poor Hindus were snared in this web. To fix this unexpected problem, BJP passed another bill, the Citizenship Amendment Act, that gave all non-Muslim immigrants from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan expedited citizenship. Muslims were explicitly excluded and would be sent back or placed in detention centers.

The next stage was to make the NRC nationwide and give even low-level officials the authority to decide who is a citizen and who is not. Shah promised to root out alleged illegal immigrants -- termites, as he calls them (read Muslims) -- from all of India.

This comes on the heels of revoking the special status of Kashmir, the only Muslim majority state, which is being pacified by a massive army and police presence. There is no accounting of how many are detained. There are rampant reports of disappearances and torture that can neither be verified nor refuted as no one can get in and internet service is still blocked.

BJP is pushing the extremist agenda of its ideological parent, the RSS, which dreams of a pure Hindu nation. Its ideologue, Golwalkar, admired Hitler and thought that minorities in India should be managed like Jews in Germany; hence the detention camps. The non-Hindus "must lose their separate existence to merge in the Hindu race," wrote Golwalkar. He added that if they do not do so, non-Hindus may claim nothing, "not even citizen's rights." For RSS and BJP, the Muslim is Enemy No. 1 followed closely by the Christian.

The students realize that the Hindu supremacist onslaught will not stop at Muslims. The late journalist Khushwant Singh warned, "Those of us today who feel secure because we are not Muslims or Christians are living in a fool's paradise ... Tomorrow it (Hindu supremacy) will turn its hate on women who wear skirts, people who eat meat, drink liquor, watch foreign films (or) kiss or shake hands in greeting instead of shouting 'Jai Shri Ram.'"

Left-leaning intellectuals have been targeted and some have been murdered.

The ultimate dream of the Hindu supremacist is to recreate a mythical undivided India that would include all of Kashmir, Pakistan, Bangladesh and even Myanmar. The idea of seizing the entire subcontinent is delusional, but high-ranking BJP officials talk about annexing all of Kashmir to create a potential nuclear nightmare with Pakistan

The secular forces in India have risen from the ashes and are carrying on a historical struggle. They are battling an existentialist threat posed by the Hindu supremacist forces. The law enforcement in BJP-ruled states continues to be a threat to dissenters.

We in the U.S. should not stand on the sidelines. BJP leaders must be sanctioned, and economic and military support to India should be made subject to good behavior. The BJP regime is backpedaling a bit but will do its best to stamp out the resurgent tide of secularism; we must stand shoulder to shoulder with the pro-secularist movement.

Javeed Akhter is a physician and freelance writer from Oak Brook.

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Public invited to fill out EMA survey on household chemicals – Loop News Trinidad and Tobago

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Do you know what toxic chemicals are in your home?

Trinidad and Tobago residents are invited to fill out a survey shared by the Environmental Management Association (EMA) on household chemicals.

The EMA said in a post to social media that the survey is designed for all residents of Trinidad and Tobago.

Are household chemicals and waste harmful to your health? We are conducting a short survey on your usage and disposal of household chemicals and products, and we need your feedback, the EMA said.

This survey is designed for residents of Trinidad and Tobago and addresses the issue of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs).

Check out the survey here: https://bit.ly/2QxAW51

The survey was done on behalf of the T&T Project Working Committee for the GEF-funded Project "Development and Implementation of a Sustainable Management Mechanism for Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in the Caribbean.

What are POPs?

According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are toxic chemicals that adversely affect human health and the environment around the world.

Because they can be transported by wind and water, most POPs generated in one country can and do affect people and wildlife far from where they are used and released.

They persist for long periods of time in the environment and can accumulate and pass from one species to the next through the food chain.

12 key POPs

There are 12 key POPs, known as the dirty dozen. These chemicals have been banned in the US:

1. Aldrin and dieldrin

Insecticides used on crops such as corn and cotton; also used for termite control.

2. Chlordane

Insecticide used on crops, including vegetables, small grains, potatoes, sugarcane, sugar beets, fruits, nuts, citrus, and cotton. Used on home lawn and garden pests. Also used extensively to control termites.

3. DDT

Insecticide used on agricultural crops, primarily cotton, and insects that carry diseases such as malaria and typhus.

4. Endrin

Insecticide used on crops such as cotton and grains; also used to control rodents.

5. Mirex

Insecticide used to combat fire ants, termites, and mealybugs. Also used as a fire retardant in plastics, rubber, and electrical products.

6. Heptachlor

Fungicide used for seed treatment. Also an industrial chemical used to make fireworks, ammunition, synthetic rubber, and other substances.

Also unintentionally produced during combustion and the manufacture of certain chemicals. Also an impurity in certain pesticides.

7. Hexachlorobenzene

Fungicide used for seed treatment. Also an industrial chemical used to make fireworks, ammunition, synthetic rubber, and other substances.

Also unintentionally produced during combustion and the manufacture of certain chemicals. Also an impurity in certain pesticides.

8. PCBs

Used for a variety of industrial processes and purposes, including in electrical transformers and capacitors, as heat exchange fluids, as paint additives, in carbonless copy paper, and in plastics.

Also unintentionally produced during combustion.

9. Toxaphene

Insecticide used to control pests on crops and livestock, and to kill unwanted fish in lakes.

10. Dioxins and furans

Unintentionally produced during most forms of combustion, including burning of municipal and medical wastes, backyard burning of trash, and industrial processes.

Also can be found as trace contaminants in certain herbicides, wood preservatives, and in PCB mixtures.

For more on POPs see here:https://www.who.int/foodsafety/areas_work/chemical-risks/pops/en/

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