A National Green Tribunal (NGT) judge on Thursday warned the Uttarakhand government to stop giving permission for sand mining after a resident claimed that the state is blatantly violating the cour

Noting that groundwater extraction had led to severe depletion in the water table, the National Green Tribunal on Tuesday tasked an inter-governmental committee with forming a plan to fix meters an

Two of 34 companies that used to sell bottled water in Noida and Greater Noida till they were closed in February for illegally extricating and selling groundwater, were granted permission Tuesday b

A report submitted to the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday estimated that nearly 267 trees, estimated to be worth

Coal-powered India, along with other countries, has successfully dodged its obligations to swiftly overhaul and regulate mercury emissions in the final draft of a United Nations treaty signed in Geneva earlier this month.

Instead of using greenest techniques at major mercury-emitting facilities, the countries have four other flexible options. India has 105 free-flowing, coal-fed power plants and production plants that emit mercury.

Breathe Easy Plan calls for inspection of pvt vehicles, hike in parking charges.