New Delhi, India International Centre, 12 November, 2013: - His Holiness the 17th Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorjee Tuesday called on the 60 monks and nuns attending the conference to lead water conservation initiatives in their local Himalayan communities.

Dharamshala: - Our ancestors viewed the earth as rich and bountiful, which it is. Many people in the past also saw nature as inexhaustibly sustainable, which we now know is the case only if we care for it.

Next year, in the eastern Tibetan city of Chamdo (Chengdu), the Geological Society of China and the Geological Society of America will host a joint conference entitled 'The Roof of the World'.

Bylakuppe, Mysore: - Around 600 monks gathered outside the courtyard of Sera Lachi Monastery on Tuesday, braving light shower and savage attacks of mosquitoes, to listen to a talk about the present environment and development issues concerning Tibet.

Dharamshala: - The environmental researchers of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) based in Dharamshala Wednesday said China's large-scale exploitation of mineral resources in Tibet caused the recent disaster that killed more than 80 Chinese miners.

Dharamshala: - Dharamshala: - Two Tibetans from the exile Tibetan community arrived in Doha for a week-long campaign for Tibet and participation at the UN's 18th Conference on world Climate Change.

Dharamshala: Dorjee Tsering is a man who believes that caring for the elderly and the infirm is a mission to be exacted with kindness and compassion. The Tibetan expression Nying-Jay Yul (the name of the NGO he helped to start) means roughly, it's always difficult to literally translate a word from one language into another without loosing some of its essence, giving kindness and care to others. This, Dorjee Tsering does.

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