The ancient forests of Mahan in Madhya Pradesh consisting of virgin sal trees covers an area of over five square miles.

The minister of environment, Veerappa Moily, has failed to show up for two high profile environmental meets even though his office had confirmed his presence.

Teri’s annual Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS), which kick started on Thursday, had former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan giving the inaugural address.

Has the Drinking Water Project (DWP) on Yettinahole river located in the minister of environment Veerappa Moily’s parliamentary constituency of Chikkaballapur flouted a host of environmental rules

In a major setback to India, the final order of the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) has asked India to increase its environmental flow downstream by 112 per cent from what India ha

India belched over 626 million tones of construction and demolition (C&D) waste in 2013, which is 52 times more than the ministry of environment and forests’ estimate of construction and demolition waste.

The MoEF continues to quote the grossly underestimated figure of 10-12 million tones of waste being generated annually. This is a decade-old estimate given to the ministry in 2000 by the ministry of urban development.

The Yamuna, which flows through the city of Delhi and provides drinking water to millions of its inhabitants, has been given the short shrift by four main contending political parties — the Congres

Water resources management is one of the major electoral issues in the ongoing electoral battle in Madhya Pradesh.

The whole issue of translocation of tigers being bred in captivity and then released into the wild has been questioned by the forest officials of the tiger rich state of Madhya Pradesh.

An RTI has revealed that the principal chief conservator of forests(Wildlife) Narender Kumar has written to the National Tiger conservation Authority (NTCA) that he does not want hand-bred tigresses to be relocated to the Panna Tiger Reserve (PTR) as his staff had faced enormous hurdles in trying to get them to readjust in the wild.

The threat of electronic waste (e-waste) destroying the ecological health is looming large over India.

While the eyes of the world are focused on the renowned conductor Zubin Mehta conducting the Bavarian State Orchestra in the backdrop of the terraced Mughal gardens of Srinagar, a small but equally