The capital's forest and wildlife department may soon recruit 290 more frontline staff, including over 200 forest guards and 66 foresters, sanctioned by the finance and planning department.With are
World Wetlands Day was celebrated in style at Yamuna Biodiversity Park (YBP), where experts and students discussed how to conserve wetlands in the national capital.
Diwali is a week away but the capital's air quality has already plunged to "very poor" levels, breaching the hazardous "red zone" on Sunday for the first time this season - a level, if sustained fo
Alarm Over Triclosan In Chunk Of Soap Samples Too
Without even realising, you could be exposing yourself to plastic laden with harmful flame retardants.
Environment experts in the capital feel that the NGT order banning diesel vehicles 15 years or older will cause more harm than good as the current number of end-of-life vehicle (ELV) units are not
Around 13 years ago, Defence Colony's groundwater levels had gone down to 80 feet below the ground and water scarcity became a common problem in this affluent locality.
India generates 18.5 lakh metric tonnes of electronic waste each year, with Delhi (98,000 MT) second on the list after Mumbai (1.2 lakh MT) as the biggest contributor.
The ministry of environment, forest and climate change recently redesignated the electronic waste disposal business as a red-category industry.
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