In May, Supreme Court rejected Tamil Nadu's plea seeking to restrain Kerala from carrying out EIA for the new dam at Mullaperiyar

With the water level in the Mullaperiyar dam touching the contentious 142 foot mark, the the Kerala Government today urged Tamil Nadu to “understand” its concerns over the dam’s stability, while in

The State government is seriously thinking of moving the National Green Tribunal (NGT) regarding the destruction of bio-diversity at the Periyar Tiger Reserve (PTR) on account of the rising water l

As many as 34 panchayats in the Western Ghats region in Kerala are set to become the crucible of an experimental project seeking to minimise the impact of commercial and livelihood activities on fr

The decision of the state pollution control board to bring down the distance between quarrying sites and residential areas to 50m (from 100m) will not only impact the health of people staying in th

The decline in organic farming in the state is a concern, said Manoj Kumar Menon, executive director of Bangalore-based International Competence Centre for Organic Agriculture (ICCOA), an organizat

Miners And Quarry Lobby Eat Into Green Zones

The Kerala government on Monday moved the Supreme Court seeking a review of the May 7 verdict quashing the law enacted by the State to prevent Tamil Nadu from raising the water level in the Mullape

Says provisions of wildlife Act were ignored

Moving forward on a long-standing dispute between Kerala and Tamil Nadu, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday gave its nod to a proposal of the Union Water Resources Ministry for constituting a superviso