A plea seeking a stay on the construction of a 70-storey temple in Mathura by ISKCON led the National Green Tribunal today to seek response from the religious society and the Central Ground Water A
Two wheelers with modified silencers that cause noise pollution will be impounded, Punjab Environment Minister Om Parkash Soni said today.
While the Uttarakhand government is keen to encourage tourists, it needs to figure out how many people the hills can withstand at once
The findings of a study by the US-based Institute for Energy Economics & Financial Analysis (IEEFA) show India cancelled 464,727 coal-based generation projects planned since 2010
Limited domestic availability of floats is a big challenge and the industry has to depend on European or Chinese suppliers
The action plan also includes expediting strategic decommissioning of old and inefficient power plants and implementation of a large-scale feebate programme from 2020 onwards
Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan today said that the efforts of experts were necessary to fight climate change but there was also a need for an active involvement of people.
India is facing an acute shortage of skilled healthcare professionals and hospital beds, and the situation can change if doctors embrace Artificial Intellignence (AI)-driven devices and wearables/a
The National Green Tribunal has directed the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) to make a categoric statement about foundry industries operating without environment clearance in Jasodharpur
In a bid to monitor the extent of air pollution on a real time basis, the West Bengal Pollution Control Board (WBPCB) will set up 11 new automatic air quality monitoring stations in the state.
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