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The Yangtze river and the economic belt it defines are central to China’s economy, yet they face severe environmental challenges. The river plays a major role in the historical, cultural, and political identity of China, and is a key driver of the country’s economy.

This publication explains how market-based instruments can be utilized to improve air quality, water, and waste management in Asia. Asia has experienced massive economic growth, characterized by rapid urbanization and industrialization, changing demographics, and increasing consumption and demand for resource.

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has issued guidelines for environmental management of Dairy Farms and Gaushalas. Major environmental issues of Dairy farms and Gaushalas are related to disposal of dung and urinal wastewater. Poor handling & disposal of dung and wastewater causes water pollution & odour problem.

Oversight Committee Report in compliance of the National Green Tribunal order passed in Original Application No. 360/2018 in Re: Shree Nath Sharma Vs Union of India & Others dated 11/06/2021.

The matter related to compliance of directions for preparation of District Environment Plans (DEP) and finally National Environment Plan.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the application filed by Air Marshal Anil Chopra on environmental and waste management issues in the Armed Forces, cantonments and military stations.

This guidance highlights the key issues, benchmarks, and standards in four main areas of environmental management in mining—water, biodiversity, waste management, and emergency preparedness and response—and governments' role in ensuring that each is managed in support of sustainable development.

Joint inspection report of Committee constituted by the National Green Tribunal, Southern Bench, Chennai in pursuance to the National Green Tribunal (NGT) order, September 8, 2020 in the matter of Venkatapathi Raja Yenumala Vs Union of India & Others). An application was filed before the NGT, Southern Bench, alleging air, sound, soil and water pollution caused on account of activities by M/s GAIL India Ltd and M/s ONGC units in Andhra Pradesh along the Krishna-Godavari (KG) basin located in East Godavari and West Godavari districts.

When it comes to the environment, the United Nations and its affiliates are walking the talk, according to a new report. In 2019, the nearly 60 bodies that comprise the United Nations System offset 97 per cent of the greenhouse gases they generated, according to the Greening the Blue report 2020.

The Global Industry Standard on Tailings Management (the Standard) launched on 05 August, 2020, establishes the first global standard on tailings management that can be applied to existing and future tailings facilities, wherever they are and whoever operates them.

This joint EEA-FOEN report explores two key questions related to Europe’s long-term environmental and climate ambitions: how to define a ‘safe operating space’ for Europe, and whether Europe’s environmental footprint is currently smaller or larger than its estimated ‘safe operating space’.

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