Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Social Action for Forest & Environment (SAFE) Vs. Union of India & Others dated 02/03/2017 regarding closure and removal of the camps along the River Ganga from Shivpuri to Rishikesh as they were causing environmental and water pollution in River Ganga and the areas where they were located.

This paper is based on a field study carried out in 2015 in two coastal ecotourism areas in The Gambia — Kartong and Tanji. The study investigated sustainability communication by tourism service providers in the context of climate change and ecovillage design education (EDE).

Bengaluru: The forest department's ambitious plan to open the 270-km long Great Canara Trail from Jog Falls to Castle Rock, where trekkers will be allowed to enjoy the beauty of the Ghats, seems to

Environment and forest clearances will not hinder infrastructure development, Union Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Anil Madhav Dave said today.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday said environmental pollution could have a negative impact on the State’s tourism sector.

RANCHI: The iron ore mines of Kiriburu and Meghatuburu in East Singhbhum district are likely to be thrown open to tourists for the first time in early 2017.

Greater Gir remains the last habitat of Asiatic lions on earth, and it seems to have no place in the Centre's Integrated Development of Wildlife Habitats (IDWH).

VELLORE: Soon, the Amirthi forest range would find a spot in the map of eco-tourism in the state.

DEHRADUN: Uttarakhand Forest Development Corporation (UFDC) has been made the nodal agency to conduct beach camping activity in the state.

From the late Pleistocene to the Holocene and now the so-called Anthropocene, humans have been driving an ongoing series of species declines and extinctions. Large-bodied mammals are typically at a higher risk of extinction than smaller ones. However, in some circumstances, terrestrial megafauna populations have been able to recover some of their lost numbers because of strong conservation and political commitment, as well as human cultural changes. Indeed, many would be in considerably worse predicaments in the absence of conservation action.

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