Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Goa Paryavaran Savrakshan Sangharsh Samitee Vs The Deputy Collector/SDM, Pernem & Others dated 15/10/2019 regarding illegal mining and failure on the part of the mining agency and the state of Goa in closing the mined out areas scientifically.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Cavelossim Villagers Forum Vs Village Panchayat of Cavelossim dated 01/10/2019 regarding construction of building at Khandi-Bandoi, Cavelossim, Salcete, Goa, by M/s Balaji concepts, by filling up water bodies with mud in violation of the law. As a result of illegal construction on plots bearing Survey No. 91/1, 91/5, 91/6, and 91/8 in village Cavelossi river Sal was getting polluted and nallahs, fishing ponds, natural water channels and paddy fields have been completely destroyed.

Plan to be drafted by Environment Department in consultation with CZMA, GSPCB, scientists

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sagardeep Sirsaikar Vs Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority & Others dated 23/07/2019.

PANJIM: Within a fortnight the State capital will have its own system to treat garbage and will not have to depend on the Saligao Waste Treatment Plant to treat its wet waste.

PONDA: The authorities looking into the water crisis at OPA dam are now pinning all their hopes on the expected rainfall this monsoon season as they have run out of all other emergency measures.

SALIGAO/CALANGUTE: Reeling under the growing menace of plastic waste, Aldona, Nachinola, Moira, Colvale, Camurlim and Calangute on Sunday resolved to ban the use of plastics, especially plastic bag

Panaji: Two years after former CM Manohar Parrikar laid out a roadmap to make Goa garbage-free by 2020, his successor Pramod Sawant pushed that target back by at least four years.

Valpoi: An eight-hour-long protest staged by over 200 villagers of Sattari taluka on Tuesday to legitimise their encroachment in the Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary took an ugly turn by evening after the

BICHOLIM: The Bicholim Municipal Council (BMC) and the Health Department have issued around 175 notices to the people for polluting the Bicholim River and have stated that if precautionary measures

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