In this paper CUTS evaluates economic viability of renewable energy especially solar at global level. It also discusses India

This document details the Environment Policy 2010 for Rajasthan approved recently by the state government. Also includes the environment mission and climate change agenda for this state for 2010-2014 to prepare for adaptation & mitigation.

The objectives of this policy are: To enhance animal protein availability to fulfill the nutritional requirement; To ensure equitable, sustainable and balanced development of the sector; To provide an enabling environment for the growth & development of the livestock sector by providing quality services and inputs; To promote proper and efficient utilization of livestock, livestock draught power

The main objectives of the eco-tourism policy are: to promote eco-tourism in specified ares of the national parks/ sanctuaries/forests and other areas as a conservation and educational tool; to encourage eco-tourists to visit, enjoy and appropriate the nature on sustainable basis; to enhance the awareness about the need for nature conservation among masses; to preserve the existing forts, palaces

This new water policy for Rajasthan presents the framework for sustainable development and management of water resources in the state. It focuses towards community-level empowerment and responsibility for water management.

The aim of this forest policy is environmental stability and ecological security through increasing vegetal cover which will lead to reduction in soil erosion and consequently dust particle in upper stratosphere. The reduction in stratospheric temperature is likely to increase the possibility of rains.

This latest review by RSPCB focuses on governance of urban green spaces for development of Jaipur as a world-class city. It reviews status of urban forestry across the world & presents strategies for creating multifunctional landscapes to enhance urban resilience and human well-being.

This report includes the visit of Effluent Treatment Plants/ Common Effluent Treatment Plants based on advanced / latest technologies established at Ahemdabad(Gujarat), Mumbai, Tirupur & Erode (Tamilnadu). The purpose of the visit was to study the technologies being employed there and to explore the possibility of using the same in the state also.

This draft of the first ever individual forest policy for Rajasthan acknowledges fast depleting forest cover. It aims to bring additional 45,000 sq km of area under afforestation & pasture development and says that participation of local community shall be central to forest management.

The Draft Master Development Plan for Jaipur Region prepared for the horizon year 2025 is approved in the Jaipur Development Authority 57th Authority Meeting Dated 14/10/2009. It is notified for objections and suggestions under section 23(1) of Jaipur Development Authority Act 1982 vide notification JDA/STPMP/2009/09/D312 dated 06/11/2009.