A month after the environmental NGO Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) collected water samples from various spots in six villages around Greater Noida's Chhapraula area to probe if there was
NEW DELHI: 2014 saw India playing a crucial role in protecting the interests of developing nations at the UN climate talks in Lima where negotiators prepared a way for a new ambitious and binding d
GURGAON: Delhi may have been in the spotlight for being the world's most polluted city, as per a recent urban air quality database released by the World Health Organisation but Gurgaon is definitel
Early on November 13, Delhi Environment Pollution Authority chief Bhure Lal left from his residence in Lutyens’ Delhi for his daily walk at Lodhi Gardens, his personal air pollution monitor attache
Delhi has lost the gains it made through environment-friendly reforms in the early 2000s, and air quality is now worse than before, new data shows.
Despite vast improvement in legislations for chemical industrial disasters and workers safety three decades after the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, there is an urgent need to strengthen institutions, tools o
Thirty years after India’s worst industrial disaster in Bhopal, contamination owing to the leakage of poisonous gas from the Union Carbide pesticide factory continues to affect residents.
In 1995, India’s Parliament passed the National Environment Tribunal Act. The law was to provide compensation to victims of environmental accidents.
Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar rolls out 14-point action plan to ensure that the capital of India is better managed
The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) welcomed the National Green Tribunal's judgement to ban more than 15-year-old vehicles from Delhi roads with some circumspection.
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