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Statement of Health Kalon on World TB Day

Dr Tsering Wangchuk Health Kalon. Photo: CTADharamshala: - March 24 commemorates the day in 1882 when Dr Robert Koch discovered the cause of tuberculosis, the TB bacillus. Since then 24th March is observed every year as World TB Day worldwide.

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Top Ten Cliches About Environment In Tibet

Mount Kailash and a nomad's tent. Photo: Tom Riddle/2007-http://thomasriddle.net/tibet/China has a set of slogans that define its approach to the environments of the Tibetan Plateau.

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Tibetan Women Speak out on Climate Justice for Tibet at UN Conference

Approximately one billion people depend on the seven major rivers of Tibet. Photo: Outlook Tibet

Durban, South Africa: Two members of Tibetan Women's Association Tenzin Woebum, Head of Women's Environment and Development Desk and Tenzin Dolma, Joint Secretary of TWA, who represent Tibet Third Pole are making heads turn in the two week Conference of Parties, an undertaking of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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Buddhism, Big science, Truth claims and Climate crisis

River on the roof of the world ... the Yarlung Tsangpo/Brahmaputra river. Photograph: Imaginechina

Crisis? What Environmental Crisis? Finding an Authentic, Skilful Response to the Planetary Debate. Presentation by Gabriel Lafitte to Global Buddhist Congregation environment panel stream, Delhi November 29 2011

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Preserving Unique Culture, Tibetan Education Flourishes in UK

TIBETAN SCHOOL IN LONDON, THE CAPITAL OF UK. PHOTO: TPI

London- The education of Tibetan children in exile is of paramount importance to the Tibet cause. Many would deem that teaching children about their homeland, most of whom have never even seen Tibet would be difficult. However, as a shining beacon of hope, the Tibetan community in Woolwich, London (UK) have proved otherwise.

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China Plans to Divert Tibet's River: Feasible?

A map for Yarlung Tsangpo, Asia's largets river. Photo: File

Dharamshala: - As Tibet's Yarlung Tsangpo (Hindi: Brahmaputra) - Asia´s biggest river -experiences its worst drought in the last 50 years, there are now reasons to wonder whether the western lifeline of the so called South-North Water Transfer Project will transport enough water for feeding the thirsty Northern China Plain.

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Tibet: The World’s ‘Third Pole’

Approximately one billion people depend on the seven major rivers of Tibet. Photo: Free Tibet

Tibet, often referred to as the 'roof of the world' or the ‘world’s third pole’ because it contains the biggest ice fields outside of the Arctic and Antarctic, is threatened by melting glaciers and other extreme weather phenomena.

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Tibet’s Mining Menace: Resource Nationalism Rather Than Market Logic

Chinese minning zone which destructive, near Lhasa, the capital of Tibet. Photo: File

The Tibetan Plateau holds the key to China’s accelerating demand for heavy metals, say authorities. But this plan is driven by resource nationalism rather than market logic, argues Gabriel Lafitte.

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