Steel Minister Beni Prasad Verma today pulled up SAIL and RINL over their "unsatisfactory" performances and said the two public sector firms could have fared better if their expansion and modernisa

This pollution management sourcebook is intended to provide users with current information on pollution management, including available policy tools for pollution prevention and resource efficiency.

Better regulation of the sector is needed

The environmental performance of the Indian iron and steel industry is poor, according to the latest indices released by the Green Rating Project of the Centre for Science and Environment. On a scale of 10 (the theoretical best), the global best practitioners score eight, while the Indian leaders score only two. The steel industry, if it chooses to ignore this index, will be an outlier.

AHMEDABAD: For the first time a new standard for operations for BRTS has been introduced by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP). From the next year onwards, the city's BRTS will be rated against 70 other similar mass transit networks across the globe, said ITDP officials.

The ITDP has released the BRT Standard, Version 1.0 - a new scoring system based on internationally recognized best practice in bus rapid transit (BRT) system design.

Production at the public sector Bhilai Steel Plant dipped in the 2011-12 fiscal from the previous financial year, the management said Tuesday, blaming the aging coke oven batteries for the fall.

The environment ministry

For all those who believe in saving money and yet do their bit for the environment in their own little way, this might be a chance to explore all the cost effective, eco-friendly and renewable energy and energy efficient options available.

The Energy and Research Institute (TERI) has organised a special thematic exhibition at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon from April 28 to 30.

Builders in Mumbai have sensed an opportunity to obtain permission for more construction area.

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is all set to launch a programme called

Mumbai: After years of haphazard development that has turned much of the city into an eyesore for greens, developers are now looking at getting an environmentally friendly tag for their projects.