Oil spill victims under the aegis of Oil Spill Victims Vanguard (OSPIVV) have initiated a lawsuit in the United Kingdom against Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCO), a subsidia

“The environment department is reviewing the implementation of the NGT directions of August 10, 2017,” said a government statement.

NOIDA: Over 100 protesters gathered outside the district collectorate in Surajpur and at MLA Pankaj Singh's office in Noida on Monday in protest against the newly designated spot for waste plant in

Green panel orders State to impose penalty of ₹5,000 on violators, carry out raids

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Ram Avtar Singh Vs. State of Rajasthan & Others dated 26/10/2017 regarding illegal and unauthorized mining at Parbabar, district Nagore, Rajasthan. Photographs placed before the court shows that illegal mining has practically reduced the greenery to half also the project where mining is carried has no environmental clearance obtained by any person whatsoever.

Terming it as a "completely disgusting state of affairs", the top court asked the Ministry why the standards were not finalised despite its earlier direction that it should be done on or before Jun

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of Kasala Malla Reddy and Others VS State of Andhra Pradesh & Others dated 24/10/2017 regarding pollution caused by the industrial units especially the pharmaceutical industries in Patancheru and Bollaram, Medak District of Telangana.

The Highlights of the Judgement are the following: 

Haryana agriculture minister O P Dhankar today said the state government was aware of the crop residue burning issue and his department has submitted a Rs 1,601.57 crore plan to the Centre for proc

Addis Ababa — Index insurance is being promoted as a solution to protect climate affected smallholder farmers in Africa.

The National Green Tribunal has directed the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to collect and analyse the ambient air quality samples around the Okhla waste-to-energy plant once in four months