The six-acre plot in Jangalahalli village near Bommidi in Pappireddipatti taluk belongs to farmer J Arun, whom everyone in the village knows, as he is the only one who tries his hand at organic far

With Kerala receiving a huge setback in the Mullaperiyar legal battle, the stance taken by the state in the Supreme Court has been widely criticised as serious lapses on its part have more or less

The Kerala Coastal Zone Management Authority has submitted before the National Green Tribunal Additional Bench in Chennai that the Centre for Earth Science Studies (CESS) has been entrusted the tas

The mining activities in the seven panchayats of Kasargod district is causing widespread damage to the ecology of the hilly region here, which is part of the Western Ghats.

A holistic development plan for three lakes in South Kerala has gained momentum with the Environment and Climate Change Department roping in ‘Wetlands International’ for preparing a detailed projec

If all goes well, a 36 Megawatt(MW) power plant using natural gas will be commissioned at Brahmapuram by Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) by September 2015.

The Institution of Engineers (India) has appointed an expert panel headed by M P Sukumaran Nair, former special secretary to the Chief Minister, to deliberate and review the Western Ghats Ecology E

KPCC president V M Sudheeran on Thursday called upon the government to form a committee in each district comprising of officials from various departments to look into complaints related to sand min

Giving priority to drinking water projects, housing projects and efficient waste management schemes, the Paravoor Municipality presented its annual budget 2014-15 on Monday.

Toughening its stand against the Union and State governments over the Gadgil and Kasturirangan panel reports on Western Ghats, the Paschima Ghatta Jana Samrakshana Samithi has urged the Ministry of