A study of various pollutions in the district and factors that attribute to air pollution has been taken up by a panel of scientists from NEERI and IIT Mumbai, to work out a sustainable solution to

Destruction of its habitat and poaching are the key problems

Once widely spotted across 11 States, the Great Indian Bustard is currently listed under the category of Critically Endangered birds, in the 2013 ‘Threatened Bird’ list by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

In a big boost to the forest department's efforts to strengthen protection mechanism, Mumbai-based Wildlife Conservation Trust (WCT) has announced a series of measures to save tigers in buffer and

Chandrapur Municipal Corporation (CMC) has banned the sale and use of plaster of Paris (PoP) idols during upcoming Ganesh festival.

At a time when tigers are crying for inviolate spaces - and forestry concepts are changing in the advent of climate change and carbon credits- demand for 63,000 hectare (630 sq km) reserve forest a

At least 20 persons have lost their lives while more than 5,000 have to be evacuated from low-lying areas of Chandrapur district in Maharashtra following heavy rain.

According to the disaster management cell, 5,204 persons have been evacuated with more than 2,000 shifted to relief camps set up in government schools and public buildings. The authorities have deployed the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) to carry out relief and rescue operations.

Cotton, soya bean have been severely damaged to heavy rains. Floods due to heavy rainfall in Vidarbha have severely damaged cash crops, including cotton, oranges and soya beans.

To know about density, abundance and demographic ratio of tigers, the wildlife wing of the forest department for the first time will implement a research project titled 'Long-term monitoring of tig

Chandrapur stands second among most polluted places in the country.