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Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of A. Swaminathan, President Narayanapuram Residents Association Vs State of Tamil Nadu dated 02/04/2019 regarding illegal construction in the course of the project called ‘Ramaniyam Ocean Dew Apartment’, affecting free flow of water from Narayanapuram lake to Pallikaranai marshland, by blocking the water ways.

This working paper documents residential consumers’ experiences with solar rooftop PV systems. The data is captured through household surveys conducted across five Indian cities.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Tribunal on its own motion Vs. The Principal Secretary, Environment & Forests, Govt. of Tamil Nadu & Others dated 31/10/2018 regarding de-silting on Adyar and Cooum Rivers and Buckingham Canal, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

In a scathing report the Comptroller and Auditor General Of India (CAG) held the state government responsible for the 2015 Chennai floods and called it a "man-made disaster." The report tabled in Tamil Nadu assembly on July 9, two-and-a-half years after the floods that killed 300 people, claims there was serious failure in the operation of the C

Sterlite Copper, the Vedanta Group’s copper smelter plant in Thoothukudi, was sealed on Monday evening, shortly after the Tamil Nadu Environment and Forests Department issued a two-page Government

The city of Chennai has the potential to be a solar champion, according to a Greenpeace India report, titled, Rooftop Revolution: Unleashing Chennai’s Rooftop Potential. The report finds that the total rooftop solar potential of this city is 1,380 MW. If realised, this can help the city reduce the power demand by about 10%.

Order of the Madras High Court in the matter of Meenava Thanthai K.R.Selvaraj Vs The Secretary To Government of Tamil Nadu dated 12/04/2018 regarding compensation to persons affected by oil spillage due to collision of ships M. T. Dawn Kanchipuram and MT BW Maple near Kamarajar Port, Chennai on 28/01/2017.

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Worlds cleanest petrol and diesel are now being supplied in Delhi after state-owned oil firms advanced rollout of Euro-VI grade fuel by two years in a bid to combat alarming levels of air pollution

The Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs, present this Two Hundred Eighth Report on Action Taken by Government on the Recommendations/Observations Contained in the One Hundred Ninety Eighth Report on Disaster in Chennai Caused by Torrential Rainfall and Consequent Flooding.

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