The Odisha Environmental Society (OES) on Sunday called upon the industrial houses and other stakeholders to use advanced technologies for the safety of workers and protection of the environment.
District administration officials and members of civil societies of Koraput had a healthy start of the day on Sunday as they moved in a 21-km-stetch Cyclothon for creating awareness among people ab
Goldman Environment (Green Nobel) prize winner Prafulla Samatara remembered Rabi Ray, the founder member of Lokshakti Abhijan, and gave him the credit for the award.
The State Government has decided to take up construction of pig shelters under the MGNREGS.
Is Odisha losing the grip over malaria? Seems so when the State topped in the country with over 3.36 lakh malaria positive cases till October 1 this year vis-a-vis around 3 lakh cases in 2011.
For combating climate change effects and adapting with them, the State Water Resources Department has submitted a funding proposal to the UNFCC Green Climate Fund.
EI Nino refers to warming of the eastern tropical Pacific, whichdisrupts the local climate and has a wider effect on general weatherpatterns. The opposite of this term is La-Nina.
With lightning on an average striking four persons dead in every five days during a year in Odisha, the fact of the matter is it simultaneously also indicates to some ‘thunderous’ upheavals happeni
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has asked the Angul district Collector to identify an alternative dumping site in 30 days’ time to sort out the garbage disposal problem in the Angul Municipality.
The Brahmani river is an interstate river, which origins from Chhotanagapur plateau in Bihar and enters Odisha via Sundargarh district.
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