A Bill further to amend the Goa Ground Water Regulation Act, 2002 (Act 1 of 2002). This Act may be called the Goa Ground Water Regulation (Amendment) Act, 2022. It extends to the whole of the State of Goa.

A Bill to amend the Goa Provision of Water Supply Act, 2003 (Goa Act 28 of 2003). This Act may be called the Goa Provision of Water Supply (Amendment) Act, 2022.

Goa government launches ‘Goa Electric Mobility Promotion Policy 2021’ to boost the adoption of electric vehicles to 30% by 2025. This is a 5 years electric mobility policy that will create 10000 job opportunities in the state. All the diesel marine vehicles will also be upgraded to solar and electric vehicles.

The Goa Assembly passed the Goa Mineral Development Corporation Bill, 2021, which would enable the state government to start a corporation to carry out mining operations in an orderly, scientific and ecologically sustainable manner.

The government of Goa has issued the draft ‘Goa Electric Mobility Promotion Policy, 2021’ for the adoption of electric vehicles and to cut down the carbon emissions making the state greener. Goa has recently announced that it will offer subsidies to 11,000 electric vehicles every year for the next five years.

The Bill seeks to amend sections 2 and 7 of the Goa Non- Biodegradable Garbage (Control) Act, 1996 (Goa Act 5 of 1997), so as to provide for levy of cess at the rate not exceeding two percent of consideration received on outward supply of goods.

Goa State Pollution Control Board has been conducting ambient air monitoring at 18 fixed locations under NAMP. Of these 10 locations are in South Goa District and monitoring values shows that Vasco is moderately polluted and Ponda is also showing marginal higher values in month of April .

The Goa Private Universities Bill, 2020 is a bill to provide for establishment and incorporation of private Universities in the State of Goa for imparting quality and industry relevant higher education and to regulate their functions and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

The government of Goa has approved the state's Draft Solar Policy 2017, which sets a target of achieving 150 MW of solar by 2021.

The state Government introduces the “Solar Energy Policy (Goa) - 2017”, with the following objectives: To promote use of solar energy for generation of power, steam and hot water for use in industrial, commercial, domestic and other applications. Only the solar PV power generation is considered here.