Climate change is the need of the hour, but most parties’ manifestos haven’t gone beyond lip service
NEW DELHI: The near-irreversible damage done to the Aravalis by human greed in the name of development is well chronicled.
Pune: The India Greens Party (IGP) has pledged support to the candidates who publicly agree to implement at least 50% of the points in the party’s recently released manifesto.
The Bench said any licensed manufacturer might apply for requisite approval in accordance with the relevant rules and orders.
Recently, the Tirupati railway station in Andhra Pradesh has been awarded IGBC (Indian Green Building Council) Gold rating.
KOLKATA: In the last five years, 43 MPs from West Bengal, cutting across political parties, have asked barely 197 environment-related questions in the parliament.
PATNA: Political parties have set their agendas and are busy with electioneering with not even a week left for the first phase of Lok Sabha election on April 11.
Women power is on display in the coastal belt of southern Tamil Nadu. Doctor-turnedpolitician Tamilisai Soundararajan is pitted against DMK’s Kanimozhi in Tuticorin.
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday said government and civic authorities should strike a balance between development of infrastructure and environment.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has slapped an interim penalty of Rs 10 crore on three builders for damaging environment.
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