The ancient destructive capability of earthquake faults is well chronicled by historians and their cultural impact widely uncovered by archaeologists. Archaeological and geological investigations at some of the most renowned sites in the ancient Greece world, however, suggest a more nuanced and intimate relationship between seismic faults and past human settlements.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s Subhan Tanners & Others Vs Central pollution control Board & Others dated 25/08/2017 regarding pollution caused by tanneries in Jamau, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. The tanneries had applied to the Tribunal to seek a direction to the State Pollution Control Board to conduct an inspection of their respective units on the ground that the deficiencies which were pointed out by the State Pollution Control Board have been removed and each of the units are compliant.

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China launched nearly 8,000 water clean-up projects in the first half of 2017 with projected total investment of 667.4 billion yuan ($100 billion), the environment ministry sai

Nagpur: Good rains in the last couple of days have brought cheer to the farming community in and around the city.

The bench inquired about the incident in Guntur where a two-year-old boy fell into a borewell on August 15.

CHANDIGARH: While the global climate change is expected to reduce production of rice in Punjab and Haryana, at the same time it is likely to increase potato output in the two states.

PATNA: The Patna high court on Wednesday ordered the state government to submit within four weeks its plan and time frame to make the 4,095 non-functional tubewells for irrigation purposes operatio

When water first flowed from the new community pump in Eenhana this spring, some locals were slow to celebrate.

Nearly 40 million people in India will be at risk from the rise in sea-level by 2050, the government today said.

Climate change fund to support constructing recharge structures to prevent floodwater from entering sea

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