Last week, a scathing report by the CAG on the performance of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) was tabled in Parliament.

The Karnataka High Court has made waste-segregation at source mandatory. Will this rid the city of its garbage woes, asks Imran Khan

THE WORLD’S biggest grid failure has put the green ministry in the dock yet again.

THE CENTRE has finally asked the bustard range states to prepare species recovery action plans for the three critically endangered birds following its guidelines.

Ironically, flooding is vital for Kaziranga’s ecology. But as governments dither on an integrated river management plan, a sediment-laden Brahmaputra is killing too many too often.

The Centre’s plan to dispose a fraction of the hazardous UCC waste is too little, too late, for the long-suffering victims, says Shonali Ghosal

As New Delhi prepares for the biggest conference on biodiversity this October, are its claims to global leadership in conserving ecosystems really valid?

The widening of NH-6 is slicing apart the central Indian forest landscape.

Under the guise of development, the floodplains and riverbed of the Ganga are being encroached upon rampantly.

INDIA’S BIGGEST lies hide behind its per capita figures. Our average income is $1,219 (approximately 68,300) and we are ranked 142nd in the world.