Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Jeff Clarks Vs State of Goa dated 16/04/2019 regarding noise pollution by resorts on the Morjim beach (Rockwater Station, Somalife, Refresh, Marbella, Yogis Frozen Sand Resort and Octopuss), Goa.

MARGAO: The otherwise fascinating Zalor beach that attracts tourists as well as locals wore an ugly look on Sunday as it has been invaded by tar balls that usually make their appearance just before

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News item published in "Indian Express" Authored by Vishnu Varma Titled "17-year-old's video gets Kerala talking of impact of sand mining" dated 29/03/2019 regarding unscientific mining by Centre Rare Earths Limited and Kerala Minerals and Metal Limited along the coastal area of Kollam in Kerala. A report filed by the State PCB states that the matter of coastal erosion and measures for sustainable mining are being studied by National Centre for Earth Science Studies (NCESS).

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Goa Paryavaran Savrakshan Sangharsh Samitee Vs Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority & Others dated 25/02/2019 regarding action against temporary structures constructed along the beaches of Morjem, Mandre, Galgibag and Agonda without specific permission from GCZMA in No Development Zone (NDZ).

With huge amounts of oil and tar balls dotting the entire stretch of Juhu beach, marine experts and local activists want Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MBCP) to carry out a thorough investiga

PANJIM: Notwithstanding to the opposition from the fishing community and several civil society groups, the Goa Government has a given thumbs-up to the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoE

Mumbai, The Bombay High Court today said the government’s ‘Make In India‘ function at Girgaon Chowpatty beach in south Mumbai in 2016, which had to be abandoned after a huge fire gutted the stage,

Panaji: The sunshine state is grappling with pollution on all fronts—air, rivers and beaches—not sparing even Goa’s major towns and cities.

World Environment Day 2018: Every year, a different global host country is picked where the official celebrations take place and this time it's India.

For thousands of tourists visiting Mumbai’s famous Juhu beach, it was not a picturesque sight on Monday evening as large amount of greasy oil balls was found deposited along a long stretch of the b

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