Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Goa Foundation Vs Union of India & Others dated 03/09/2019. This application seeks enforcement of order dated 24.08.2018 whereby the matter of notification of Eco-sensitive Zone in the Western Ghats was directed to to be finalised within six months. MoEF&CC has informed the Tribunal that except for the state of Gujarat, all other states have submitted their responses.

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Signed the document are National Institute of Biodiversity and Conservation Areas of the Ministry of the Environment (INBAC) and the Center for Research on Biodiversity and Genetic Resources of Por

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Every year, the EU promotes European agriculture with almost 60 billion euros per year. The agricultural atlas of the Heinrich Böll Foundation shows that hardly any of this money is used for healthy food, the protection of the environment, climate and biodiversity or the preservation of small and medium-sized businesses.

Every year, the EU promotes European agriculture with almost 60 billion euros per year. The agricultural atlas of the Heinrich Böll Foundation shows that hardly any of this money is used for healthy food, the protection of the environment, climate and biodiversity or the preservation of small and medium-sized businesses.

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This publication explores emerging concepts, challenges, and key policy and law tools to help inform governments as they modernize public sector planning to better address 21st century change and advance their sustainable development goals.

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