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 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 objectives of this policy are: To make Rajasthan a destination for investors and processors, both global and domestic; To evolve strategies to strengthen the marketing infrastructure through improvement of density of regulated market yards equipped with grading, cleaning and packaging facilities, market information and auction systems in which private sector investment will be encouraged; Cre

The draft of Rajasthan state water policy, 2008. This policy is aimed at reducing irrigation water demand through both increased irrigation efficiency, and optimum utilization of the available surface water resource. Also focuses on water conservation measures including effective artificial recharge.

These rules may be called the Rajasthan Land Revenue (Allotment of waste land for bio-fuel plantation and bio-fuel based Industrial and processing unit)Rules, 2007. They shall extend to the whole of the State of Rajasthan. They shall come into force at once.

Today environmental pollution has assumed serious proportions and become a big problem because the built-in balance has been disturbed by the industrialization and the philosophy of conquest of nature through exploration and exploitation of natural resources by man to the advantage of mankind. This report contains the Environmental status of Jaipur city, Rajasthan, India.

And whereas, in accordance with the provisions of Electricity Act 2003 and Tariff Policy, RERC has determined the tariff for the mustard husk based Biomass Power Plant in the state to be set up in the year 2009-10 and 2010-11 for sale to distribution companies, the State Government, has decided to issue a comprehensive Policy for Generation of Electricity from Biomass which offers solution to vari