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The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has been given the Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Sulabh Sanitation Award 1997. The CPCB has been awarded for its contribution in controlling water and air pollution

In a move that already has environmentalists up in arms,the state government has decided to clear proposals for construction and development along the coastline which were pending clearance under the

There were 861 people in 1997 and there will be more than 1,700 in the same area in 30 areas in Bangladesh. This was disclosed by a recent publication in the offices of the UN System in Bangladesh

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mr. Kalyan Singh, has suggested establishment of an Indo-Nepal Trans Boundary Conservation Board to strengthen coordination between the field staff of the State and

The Supreme Court has constituted an eight member committee to examine the existing sanitation practices and to suggest hygienic processing and waste disposal in class I cities in the country having

Air pollution control officials from northeastern states warned federal policymakers last week that without proper controls, introducing competition into retail markets for electric power could

A mathematical model incorporating the guidelines of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF) for the evaluation of the environment and impact of potential landfill solid waste disposal sites

Melinda Kimble, acting assistant secretary of state for oceans, international environmental and scientific affairs, told reporters at a January 14 briefing that many of the initiatives in the Kyoto

The Supreme Court has constituted a committee on hygienic processing the disposal of waste in cities having a populaiton of more than one lakh. The eight-member committee, headed by the Calcutta

The Calcutta High Court bench, hearing matters relating to noise pollution, will decide the fate of high-decibel campaigning during the run up to the Lok Sabha polls tomorrow.