The Environment Ministry has returned a “discriminatory” bank guarantee of Rs 100 crore that was collected from public-sector Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited (GSECL) during the time o
France is also acutely conscious of the fact that the previous such move had backfired and Copenhagen meeting had ended in a failure.
This is the first time that air pollution and its associated health risks have been discussed at the highest forum of WHO.
The government will soon bring in changes to the law to provide for tougher punishments for pollution-related offences, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar has said.
Six years after a similar bill was defeated by the Rajya Sabha, the government Wednesday cleared a Compensatory Afforestation Fund Bill to manage and utilise thousands of crores of rupees that have
Offering a temporary reprieve to the polluting industries located on the banks of the Ganga, the government has extended the deadline for installing real-time effluent discharge meters till June 30
India’s tiger count has gone up by more than 30 per cent in the past four years, according to a latest study on tiger population which was released on Tuesday.
As the environment versus development debate continued to torment policy makers in 2014, the new government initiated the process of rewriting the rules of environmental governance in a bid to brin
Proposing a complete overhaul of the existing environmental governance framework, a government-appointed expert committee has recommended measures that would make it easier to set up industrial or
The 2013 Uttarakhand floods were most probably a consequence of “human-induced” climate change, a new report by the American Meteorological Society has suggested.
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NGO demands withdrawal of Niyamgiri gram sabha notificatio