AHMEDABAD: Six years ago, on September 13, 2012, even before Swachhta Survekshan rankings were born as buzzwords, Ahmedabad had committed itself to becoming a zero-waste city by 2031.
AHMEDABAD: Since 2007, the number of avian scavengers in Gujarat has dropped by 43%. The 2018 census reveals the trend continues and between 2016 and 2018 the number has declined by 18%.
GANDHINAGAR: Finally after years of representation, the state government has been successful in getting loans and grants from the Centre to complete the Narmada canal network and maintain the Sarda
AHMEDABAD: Mahila Housing Trust (MHT), based in Ahmedabad, has been conferred the Climate Resilience Award by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the US, as part of the Climate CoLab Conte
AHMEDABAD: Trees have long served as the critical carbon sink, consuming carbon dioxide pollution produced by humans. They even clean up air by reducing particulate matter pollution (PM10, PM2.5).
Ahmedabad: The Gujarat Ecology Commission (GEC), Gujarat Pollution Control Board and the forests and environment department of the government of Gujarat jointly organized a public hearing on the st
AHEMEDABAD: Gujarat has emerged has as the top state in terms of approved power generation capacity in various solar parks.
AHMEDABAD: What can cities do to guard themselves from harmful gases and smoke billowing out of factory exhausts.
AHMEDABAD: Uranium — the heavy metal one usually associates with nuclear reactors — is contaminating Gujarat’s groundwater, finds an elaborate scientific study that covered 16 states.
GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat government, while nearing the November 2018 deadline for land acquisition for the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project, has decided to offer 25% more compensation, over th
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