It is an undisputed fact that India’s economy has been growing fast over the past years, with India taking the title of ‘fastest growing large economy’ in 2018.
A start-up founded by an Indian Institute of Technology-Madras alumni has developed microbial fuel cells that can generate electricity by treating textile wastewater.
The Supreme Court on Monday said that the National Green Tribunal can examine automobile manufacturers other than Volkswagen also for flouting emission norms if it deemed fit to widen the judicial
The Telangana government is planning a second phase of farm loan waivers worth Rs 24,000 crore in a phased manner.
This new technology now means that the EPCA can conduct tests of Pollution by specific vehicles using lasers without stopping the car in question.
Bajaj Allianz General Insurance has launched M Care, a health insurance product that offers protection against seven common mosquito borne diseases namely dengue, malaria, chikungunya, kala azar, J
The year 2018 was full of declarations. In the country, some major policies and programmes were launched to tackle issues ranging from air pollution to plastic pollution.
The discom had submitted a payment plan to the regulator where it stated that it would clear dues worth Rs 1,592 crore against wind-based electricity procured till September 2017 within December 20
The green panel directed the municipal corporation to ensure that these factories do not operate till they obtain clearance from the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC).
The study, published in the journal Atmospheric Environment, used six roadside locations in the UK, as test sites where the green infrastructure was between one to two metres away from the road.
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