The Arunachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board (APSPCB) has directed hydropower developers to strictly follow the guidelines of the Central Pollution Control Board for monthly monitoring of am

Zoological Survey of India has started five long-term monitoring plots in the Himalayas to document the impact of climate change on animal world.

GUWAHATI: The ministry of environment, forest and climate change (MoEFCC) has asked the Dehradun-based Wildlife Institute of India (WII) to conduct the study on black-necked crane habitat, located

In what could trigger fresh controversies, the NDA Government at the Centre during the last two years has accorded environment and forest clearance to several hydroelectric projects that have a co

“Process of obtaining various clearances for the projects must be expedited and even made into a single window clearance system”

Itanagar : Various localities of Daporijo township in Upper Subansiri district were inundated by heavy rainfall triggered flash flood on Sunday night.

Itanagar : There has been a sharp rise in the number of dengue cases in Arunachal Pradesh since the disease was detected first in 2012.

Itanagar: The state government has initiated a slew of measures to supply safe drinking water and improve infrastructure in the capital complex area as part of its people-friendly and welfare activ

In a development which may have a significant bearing on the State, the Union Power Ministry has announced that it is in the process of preparing a framework for hydro-power development in India an

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has suspended the environment clearance (EC) accorded by the Union Ministry of Environment and Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) to the 780-MW Nyam Jang Chhu Hydroelectric Power Project in Arunachal Pradesh. The green tribunal maintained that though it is true that the hydel power project provides eco-friendly renewable source of energy and its development is necessary, it is of the considered view that such development should be “sustainable development” without there being any irretrievable loss to environment.

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