Reports have emerged ahead of the talks showing that the current levels of commitments might not be enough to tame global warming

India’s policy push towards widely limiting hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) release would depend significantly on funding provided by developed nations, an environment ministry official said on Tuesday.

Supreme Court had allowed registration of diesel vehicles with engine capacity above 2,000 cc after environment levy equal to 1% of ex-showroom price is paid

Scrapping will promote replacement of old vehicles with modern ones with better emission standards
NGT seeks details of groundwater use by Delhi Metro

With regard to industrial pollution, the ministry had issued directions to 150 grossly polluting industries

Order passed in response to PIL citing media reports that 33 of 35 distilleries making ethanol in UP lacked licence for storage of hazardous chemicals

CSE says that a sudden increase in air pollution after April 22 was because of the burning of farm refuse, which started in the rural parts of Punjab and Haryana from April 19

Passed in Parliament, it could unlock Rs 36,000 crore immediately to states

Move comes after miners had demanded that they be allowed to start operations early in blocks under their possession

A higher proportion of the Indians believe climate change to be a serious global challenge than the Chinese do, reveals a survey released by the Pew Research Center on Thursday.