Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Agnes Kharshing Vs State of Meghalaya dated 17/03/2021. Grievance in the application was against the illegal mining of coal by cement companies at East Jaintia Hills district, Meghalaya. Case set out in the application was that the cement plants in question were undertaking mining causing pollution to Lukha and Lunar rivers resulting in death of fishes.

This paper outlines design considerations for an effective low-carbon cement standard in the United States, including how to set benchmarks and stringency, how to address leakage and competitiveness, and how to structure cost containment policies.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Larsen & Toubro Limited Vs Sanghi Industries Limited & Others dated 22/01/2021. The appeal has been preferred against order of August 23, 2019 of the State Level Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA), Gujarat, granting Environmental Clearance (EC) to M/s. Sanghi Industries Limited for setting up a stand-alone cement grinding unit at Survey No.

The EU cement sector has made progress to reduce emissions in the past three decades, yet there is a long way ahead for the carbon-intensive industry to decarbonise. In this study, potential decarbonisation pathways are developed and analysed based on different highly innovative technology routes.

Report of the Telangana State Pollution Control Board in Original Application No. 195 of 2016 filed by Tandur Citizens Welfare Society, Tandur, Vikarabad district.

Status report by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) in compliance to the National Green Tribunal order of January 10, 2020 in the matter of O.A. No. 533 (Anubhav Kumar Vs Union of India & Others) filed on June 22, 2020. The matter relates to air pollution due to the cement unloading/loading activities being conducted in an unscientific manner at the cement siding at Shakurbasti Railway Station in Delhi.

Affidavit by Kalburgi Cement Private Limited with the National Green Tribunal (NGT) regarding the application filed by Tandur Citizens Welfare Society, Rangareddy District. The application said that air pollution was being caused by the cement factories, construction activities and stone cutting and polishing activities.

Report by the Central Railside Warehouse Company (CRWC) dated April 18, 2020 in compliance to the NGT order of January 10, 2020 in the matter of Anubhav Kumar Vs Union of India & Others.

The matter related to air pollution due to loading/unloading of cement near Shakurbasti Railway Station, Delhi.

New research by the Transition Pathway Initiative finds that 29% of the largest publicly-listed industrial companies are set to align their emissions with the Paris Pledges by 2030, up from 24% in mid-2018.These companies are aligned with the emission reduction pledges made by national governments in the Paris Agreement.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Anubhav Kumar Vs Union of India & Others dated 10/01/2020 regarding air pollution affecting the environment in and around the areas of Rani Bagh, Shakurbasti, Raja Park, Punjabi Bagh, Srinagar and Madipur near Shakurbasti Railway Station on account of unscientific manner in which loading/unloading of cement is being undertaken.