A Centre's green panel has given environmental clearance to Reliance Industries for expansion of its jetty facility in Jamnagar, Gujarat, for handling chemical and petrochemical products at a cost

Marine conservationists are trying to rescue a group of endangered sea turtles which are stranded inside a Gujarat lake after construction of large road culverts blocked their entry into the Gulf o

Directs GPCB to recover cost from GMB for improper handling of coal at port

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench, Pune) in the matter of Rajendra Sinh Manish Kshatriya Vs Gujrat Pollution Control Board & Others dated 17/07/2014 on the issue of coal handling units located at Navlakhi Port on southwest end of the Gulf of Kutch in Hansthal Creek.

Realising the importance of wetland conservation for ecological balance, the Gujarat Ecology Commission (GEC) has decided to launch an extensive drive to train locals across all districts in conser

The report on `Status of Ground Water Quality in Coastal Aquifers of India’ is the outcome of an attempt at compilation and synthesis of available scientific data on the ground water quality in the coastal aquifers of India, generated through years of scientific studies carried out by Central Ground Water Board and many other Central and State A

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Bharatkumar K. Patel Vs MoEF Ors. regarding proposed 5000 hectare port based multi-product SEZ in Kandla and Tuna area of Gandhidham, Bhuj, Gujrat.

Original Source: http://www.greentribunal.gov.in/judgment/552013(App)(WZ)_13Dec2013_final_order.pdf

Preparing a health card for an ecosystem may sound a strange concept. However, an exercise to make one for Gujarat’s famous Marine National Park and Gulf of Kutch is currently underway.

Preparing a health card for an ecosystem may sound a strange concept. However, an exercise to make one for Gujarat's famous Marine National Park and Gulf of Kutch is currently underway.

Centre Sets Up Monitoring Panel To Enforce New Restrictions In Eco-Sensitive Zone

Ahmedabad: The Union ministry of forests and environment has finally cleared an eco-sensitive zone (ESZ) of 326.26 sq km around the Marine National Park and Marine Sanctuary situated in Jamnagar. Of this, 208.58 sq km is towards land, 105.14 sq km towards the sea and 12.54 sq km area is covered by rivers. The Centre has also announced the formation of a state-level Eco-Sensitive Monitoring Committee (SESZMC).

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