Aiming to bring in better adherence to environmental pollution norms, the Prakash Javadekar-led Environment ministry now plans to use real time violation alerts as evidence against defaulting indus

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench, Pune) in the matter of Charudatt Pandurang Koli & Others Vs M/s. Sea Lord Containers Ltd.dated 18/12/2015 regarding air pollution, allegedly caused by the industrial operations of Respondent M/s. Sea Lord Containers Ltd. and Aegis Logistics Ltd., in terms of Volatile Organic compounds (VOC) emissions and associated adverse health impacts on the surrounding population.The Applicants are residents of Ambapada and Mahul villages situated at outskirts of Mumbai.

KOCHI: Environmentalists have alleged that some companies in the Eloor-Edayar belt released large quanity of chemical effluents to the Periyar River on Saturday, a day after an expert team from the

Alerted by the news of Chambal's pollution, an eight-member team of Vidhan Sabha State Environment Committee visited Kota on Wednesday to assess the status of Chambal River.

Panaji: On directions of the central pollution control board (CPCB), the Goa state pollution control board (GSPCB) will collect samples from effluent treatment plants of industries from across the

The Environment Ministry's green panel EAC has deferred the decision to grant environment clearance to the KRIBHCO Shyam Fertilizers for expansion of Rs 4,132 crore ammonia and urea project in Utta

Fertiliser companies are among the world's top climate villains, a new report from GRAIN asserts. Their products could be responsible for up to 10% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, not to mention the damage wreaked on waterways, soils and the ozone layer.

The Union environment and forests ministry has accorded environmental clearance to Rs 5,465 crore fertiliser plant proposed at Ramagundam in Khammam district.

India's climate action plan ahead of the United Nations' Paris summit in December will come with sector-specific emphasis on emission reduction.

Biotech company Camson discovers NKP with full protection on soil, air and water, to sell at 50% lower than chemical fertiliser