NEW DELHI: India has pledged to further reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions its produces for every dollar of economic output, increase the share of non-fossil fuels in the installed power
Hours after the fresh high-intensity earthquake in Nepal, its tremors were felt in the Uttarakhand hydropower projects case being heard by the Supreme Court.
The government has asked the Supreme Court for six months to undertake a complete assessment of the feasibility of allowing construction of six new hydropower projects in Uttarakhand.
The Uttarakhand government has accused the Centre of crippling its economy in a submission before the Supreme Court on Monday.
As part of its effort to improve the ease of doing business and ensure predictable and expeditious forest clearances, the environment ministry will discuss changes to the Forest Rights Act with sta
The National Green Tribunal has taken a serious view of the environment ministry's decision to allow developers of linear projects such as roads and transmission lines to fell trees in forest areas
More than 30,000 apartment buyers in Noida could finally get possession of their homes, with the ministry of environment and forests set to consider all comments on its draft notification on the ec
Discussion will focus on long-term goals, national contributions to mitigate harmful effects of climate change
New norms, expected to be finalised in a month's time, may open up larger sections of forest areas for mining Proposed system will drop biological richness arguing it is accounted for under wildlif
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mantra of "maximum governance, minimum government" is likely to be implemented in letter and spirit in the ministry of environment, forests and climate cha
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