Nearly 2,000 Zambian villagers have the right to sue mining company Vedanta in the English courts, the Supreme Court in London said on Wednesday.
Whoever is elected, he will have the responsibility of addressing these pressing issues and if past elections are any indication, DMK’s A Raja could have an edge.
The largest party in Norway’s parliament has delivered a significant blow to the country’s huge oil industry after withdrawing support for explorative drilling off the Lofoten islands in the Arctic
New Mexico lawmakers on Tuesday introduced a bill to protect federal lands around the Chaco Canyon from drilling and mining, attempting to permanently shield the Native American cultural site from
The Government has now ordered investigation into the toxic emissions by companies in Nairobi South following complaints by residents.
A large mineral sands mine in southeastern Madagascar has trespassed into a “sensitive zone,” violating national law and raising the possibility that radionuclide-enriched tailings could enter a la
The Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) here on Tuesday slapped Rs 1 lakh environment damage charges each on 765 units for directly or indirectly causing pollution.
The Goa Forward Party has written a letter to the Election Commission of India (ECI) seeking relaxation of the Noise Pollution Rules during traditional religious activities.
Namibia's Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry and the University of Namibia are running trials on conservation agriculture techniques to improve environmental and sustainability of farming,
The Morrison government has approved the groundwater management plan for the controversial Adani project, a decision that follows internal pressure from Queensland MPs to achieve sign-off before th
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