Union Environment minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday said had India continued with its culture of environment protection it would have set a big example before the world.
LUCKNOW: Over the past two weeks, close to 3,750 SMSes and e-mail alerts have been issued to industries generating more than the permissible limit of pollutants in the Ganga basin.
The Union Environment Ministry will launch tomorrow a month-long drive to plant saplings, with minister Harsh Vardhan urging the states to undertake similar initiatives.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Tuesday asked the ministries of environment and power to apprise it about the steps taken by thermal power plants to avoid discharge of effluents and fly ash ar
Environmental lawyers on Tuesday raised a range of concerns over dilution of rules for the appointment, selection, term of office, removal and other aspects of the functioning of the National Green
NEW DELHI: The Delhi high court on Tuesday asked the Centre and a few states bordering the capital to inform it of steps taken to check rising air pollution due to stubble burning and bursting of c
NEW DELHI: An image in a class VI textbook taught in ICSE schools showing a "mosque" as a source of noise pollution has sparked outrage on social media, prompting an apology from the publisher and
AIIMS officials confirmed that at least 100 samples have been tested between December and June and that “no sample has been tested positive so far”.
Ice-free areas may increase in Antarctica by 25 per cent due to climate change, leading to drastic changes in the continent's biodiversity, a study warns.
Industrial fishing fleets dump nearly 10 million tonnes of good fish back into the ocean every year - enough to fill about 4,500 Olympic sized swimming pools - a study has found.
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