DEHRADUN: In the last two months, as many as 15 wild animals have been found killed by speeding vehicles on national highway -74 near Haridwar forest division of Uttarakhand.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of M/s Micro Turners Vs. MoEF & CC & Others dated 30/08/2016 regarding an industry in Bhadra-Badh District Haridwar, Uttarakhand running without having consent to operate and authorization. Counsel appearing on behalf of the Uttarkahnad Environment protection and Pollution Control Board submitted before the Tribunal that the unit has provided the borewell for ground water abstraction and water is being drawn without permission from CGWA.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sandeep Kumar Vs. MoEF & Others dated 06/07/2016 regarding illegal mining in Haridwar, Uttarakhand. Tribunal directs the Committee consisting of Director Mines, State of Uttarakhand, Member Secretary, Uttarakhand Pollution Control Board and District Magistrate, Haridwar to hear the Applicant (Sandeep Kumar) and asked the committee will determine the environmental compensation payable for illegal mining as well as on account of environmental degradation.

The National Green Tribunal has convened a meeting of all stakeholders involved in cleaning of River Ganga from Haridwar to Kanpur to deliberate on the mechanism to make the river pollution-free.

BAN ON POLYTHENE BAGS AND PLASTIC

DEHRADUN: Showing solidarity by coming out openly in support of the fight against mining on the banks of Ganga river in Haridwar spearheaded by Matri Sadan institute, various environmental groups s

Members of Khanan Chugan Sangharsh Samiti and Haridwar stone crushers welfare association were barred by the authorities from reaching Sati kund area, the proposed site of protest on Monday afterno

The Uttarakhand high court has asked the state pollution control board to reconsider its decision of shutting down seven factory units for violating norms.

DEHRADUN: In a big blow to beach camp owners who were hoping for a reprieve, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday upheld its ban on beach camping near the Ganga from Kaudiyala to Rishikes

The National Green Tribunal has admitted an application against illegal constructions and encroachment in the Haridwar forest division neighbouring the Rajaji tiger reserve.

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