A recent report has revealed that around 20 dairy companies are responsible for more greenhouse emissions than Germany, Britain, or France. The livestock companies are earning billions of dollars in this operation.

New environmental guidelines on India for poultry farmers have indicated that small and medium poultry producers should take similar measures to their bigger counterparts to prevent environmental pollution.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Nuggehalli Jayasimha Vs Government of NCT of Delhi & Others dated 19/07/2021.

Grievance in the application was against non-compliance of order of the NGT, October 8, 2020 in O.A. No. 46/2018 requiring the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to issue finalized Guidelines on the subject of ‘Environmental Management of Dairy Farms and Gaushalas’.

Order of the Kerala High Court in the matter of W.P. (C) No. 13204 of 2021 dated 14/07/2021. The matter related to care of animals in Kerala.

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has issued guidelines for environmental management of Dairy Farms and Gaushalas. Major environmental issues of Dairy farms and Gaushalas are related to disposal of dung and urinal wastewater. Poor handling & disposal of dung and wastewater causes water pollution & odour problem.

Order of the Madras High Court in the matter of V. E. Shiva Vs The Principal Secretary, Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries & Others dated 09/06/2021. The matter related to welfare of stray animals.

This Powering Livelihoods market research report provides insights on the market potential for hydroponics fodder units - a vertical farming technology to manufacture green fodder. The usage of solar power provides a unique value proposition and reliability for these 100 per cent renewable energy-based products.

Agriculture is a major source of income in Africa, with 50-70% of Africans relying on agriculture for their livelihoods but the sector’s true potential remains untapped, limiting economic development and contributing to persistent poverty and deteriorating food and nutrition security across the continent.

In China, the outbreak of the African Swine Fever is expected to result in a 27% drop in the production of pigmeat, the country’s most consumed meat product.

Status report by the Central Pollution Control Board in Original Application No. 465/2019 in the matter of Kulwinder Singh Sandhu & Others Vs Ram Murti & Others in compliance to the National Green Tribunal order May 13, 2020.

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