As many as 310 Asiatic Lions, declared as endangered species, had died in its only abode, the Gir sanctuary in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat, in the past five years, Forest Minister Mangubhai Pa

AHMEDABAD: Wildlife conservationists have recorded an extremely rare sighting -that of five species of the critically endangered vultures scavenging together at one single location -near Mahuva in

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Shaktisinh Gohil & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 05/11/2015 regarding clearance for Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) at Mithivirdi, District Bhavnagar, Gujarat.

Lion census 2015 has pegged that the empire of the king of jungle is spread over 22,000 sq km — 2,000 sq km in Gir sanctuary and the rest outside.

The forest department and wildlife conservationists took as sigh of relief as over 27 lions, that had gone missing after flash floods in Shetrunji river, were located in villages around Liliya and

Rampant eco-tourism could hamper the mating period and impede population growth; lions require complete privacy while mating

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Shree Mahuva Bandhara Khetiwadi Vs M/s. Nirma Limited & Others dated 18/05/2015 regarding environmental clearance dated 8th December, 2008 to M/s Nirma Ltd for the cement plant and the captive power plant to be established and operated near village Padhiyarka Taluka Mahuva, District Bhavnagar, Gujarat.

The proposed 6,000 MW nuclear power plant at Mithivirdi in Bhavnagar faces further delay despite being accorded the crucial Coastal Regulatory Zone (CRZ) clearance.

The much awaited Asiatic Lion census, covering one of the biggest ever area in its census will cover over 1500 villages around the sanctuary.

The farmers from villages around the proposed nuclear power plant in Mithivirdi in Bhavnagar on Monday opposed the Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) clearance given to the 6000 MW project and sought fu