Safe sanitation is essential for health, from preventing infection to improving and maintaining mental and social well-being. Developed in accordance with the processes set out in the WHO Handbook for Guideline Development, these guidelines provide comprehensive advice on maximizing the health impact of sanitation interventions.

The National Green Tribunal has asked to form a committee to look into a plea alleging pollution by industries making shoe soles and other plastic goods in Narela and Bawana area.

An estimated 26% of current global child deaths is attributable to diverse and modifiable environmental factors, addressed under multiple Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This study assesses future child mortality reductions from achieving environment-focused SDG targets.

The Union Environment Ministry has dismissed as “arbitrary” and “unscientific” a 2017 World Economic Forum-ranking that placed India at the bottom in terms of environment performance.

India ranked bottom of the list in the environmental health category, and ranked 178 out of 180 on air quality.

NEW DELHI: A year after the National Green Tribunal banned the use of any synthetic thread coated with glass or other abrasives for flying kites, the so-called Chinese manjha continues to be surrep

The Maharashtra government is set to roll out a buyback scheme for waste plastic PET bottles and milk pouches.

Dr T V Ramachandra, lead scientist at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), who had warned the government in 2015 of the dangers of supplying poorly treated water, to Kolar insists that it is pol

The office-bearers and activists of various units associated with the Rotary District 3090 will launch a coordinated movement against the degradation of environment due to irrational use of plastic

Asks Central Pollution Control Board to get expert opinion

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