KOCHI: This summer, the State is likely to witness one of the major droughts it has faced in the last five decades, warn experts.

KOCHI: The report submitted by the Kerala Water Authority (KWA) recently, certifying that water from the Periyar is potable, is nothing short of hogwash, claimed environmental activists.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday said environmental pollution could have a negative impact on the State’s tourism sector.

KOCHI: The otherwise busy Panampilly Nagar Road became a festival zone on Sunday, which was observed as car-free day on the street.

KOCHI: The Periyar turned red near the Pathalam bund along the Eloor-Edayar industrial belt on Saturday. The water continued to be dark red in colour for several hours during the day.

Beware! Those who dump non-segregated waste after mixing it with biodegradable waste will now face the heat of law.

KOCHI: Expressing concern over the inordinate delay in repairing damaged footpaths in the city, the Kerala High Court on Monday observed that pedestrians struggling to walk on footpaths had becom

KOCHI: Experts on wetland conservation have dubbed the Draft Wetlands (Conservation and Management) Rules, 2016, brought in by the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), as ineffective f

KOCHI: For diesel, the game seems to be almost over. In search of a ‘tidier’ and greener fuel India seems set to zoom in on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG).

Much has been discussed about the recent National Green Tribunal (NGT) order banning diesel vehicles in the state, but it seems the focus of these talks should have been about moving towards a comp