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Save the Great Indian Bustard from wind power projects

Updated : March 13, 2019 07:55 PM IST

In Rajasthan and Gujarat, home to the majority of the population of the critically endangered Great Indian Bustard, there are increasing cases of its mortality due to collision with transmission lines and wind turbines.
To tackle that, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has asked wind farm developers and power transmission line agencies to take risk mitigation measures.
The environment ministry has also taken a series of measures to address the low population of the GIB like conservation breeding sites and species recovery programme.
Save the Great Indian Bustard from wind power projects
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