THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The tree protection committee (TPC) has demanded the national highway authority of India (NHAI) to consider changing the alignment while widening the national highway bypass fro

The photograph of a Sabarimala pilgrim drinking pipe water beside the jungle river contaminated with toxic waste shows the mess that 'Kaanana Kshetram' has turned into.

In connection with the national initiative for safe sound programme the Thiruvananthapuram branch of Indian Medical Association (IMA) will introduce a helpline for the public to file complaints reg

While failing to prescribe strong measures to check illegal quarrying and mining, the draft of Kerala Minor Mineral Concession Rules, 2014, threatens to undermine environment protection efforts by

Chief minister Oommen Chandy has asked food safety officials to take stern steps to control sale of fruits and vegetables that are high in pesticide content.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The principal bench of National Green Tribunal (NGT), New Delhi, in an order on Thursday finally decided in favour of the Kasturirangan Committee report on environmental protect

In a major push to the ongoing public protest against rampant quarrying at Mookkunnimala, the Chennai bench of the National Green Tribunal on Thursday directed the Kerala Pollution Control Board (P

Additional chief secretary (forests and environment) P K Mohanty has held the state coastal zone management authority (KCZMA) responsible for giving CRZ clearance to the DLF riverside project at Ch

The Kerala government has planned to set up a study and research centre to have scientific knowledge on climate change, minister for environment and forest Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan told the asse

Almost a year after consultancy firm Egis India took over as independent engineer for the City Roads Improvement Project (Crip), the Kerala Road Fund Board (KRFB) is on a hunt for the next independ