Action taken report by the Gujarat Pollution Control Board on the allegations of pollution by M/S Stagot Potartoes Products LLP, Survey No. 675/1, at Sundha, taluk Palanpur, district Banaskantha. The unit was visited on March 5, 2021.
Order of the National Green Tribunl in the matter of Naresh Kumar Parmar Vs Union of India & Others dated 17/09/2019 regarding mining leases operating in Ambaji, Banas Kantha District of Gujarat dumping overburden in the natural drain which had the potential of obstructing the natural flow of water and causing siltation of the water courses in the entire mining area.
Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Babubhai Keshabhai Devgirkar & Others Vs Gujarat Pollution Control Board & Others dated 22/08/2019 regarding unscientific disposal of municipal waste by the Deesa Nagarpalika, Banaskantha District, Gujarat. It was alleged that waste is being disposed off for several years in a dump yard located at Survey No. 727/-P/1, in village Juna Deesa which was a grazing land in close proximity of human habitation.
Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Naresh Kumar Parmar Vs Union of India & Others dated 25/07/2019 regarding mining in Ambaji, Banas Kantha district, Gujarat. A Committee comprising of State Environment Impact Assessment Authority, Gujarat and the Gujarat Pollution Control Board inspected three mining sites in Ambaji and submitted a report. No mining activity was found due to self-closure by the mining companies due to lack of Environmental Clearance (EC).
Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Ashok Shrimali Vs Union of India & Others dated 13/03/2019 regarding illegal mining in and around Balaram Ambaji sanctuary, District Banaskantha, Gujarat. According to the applicant, the mining is illegal as the area is protected and is declared as sanctuary and is also having endangered flora and fauna. No mining is permitted within 1 Km. of protected areas and no clearance has been taken under the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972.
Rainfall variability and associated remote sensing indices for vegetation are central to the development of early warning systems for epidemic malaria in arid regions. The considerable change in land-use practices resulting from increasing irrigation in recent decades raises important questions on concomitant change in malaria dynamics and its coupling to climate forcing.