In continuation to the earlier order dated 25.07.2018, for imported organic food consignments, it has been decided to extend the period for the use of non-detachable sticker with respect of FSSAI's organic logo as required under regulation 5 (1) of Food Saftey and Standards (Organic Foods) Regulations, 2017, up to 31st December, 2018.

New tariff applicable to shipments from China, Malaysia; effective till July 29, 2019

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 26/07/2018 regarding ban on import of pet coke. The Court on going through the affidavit of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change finds that a consensus decision has been taken that the use of imported pet coke all over the country may be permitted only in the following industries : cement, lime kiln, calcium carbide and gasification.

NAIROBI - African and South Asian nations could miss national targets to curb greenhouse gas emissions unless rich countries stop using them as dumping grounds for millions of polluting old cars, a

A new study conducted by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), New Delhi, India has shown that 90 per cent of vehicles imported by Africans contribute to environmental pollution because the

In a new study, New Delhi-based think tank Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) on Monday lifted the lid on the dark underbelly of a large-scale global trade of old and used vehicles from high

About 20 million vehicles that require scrapping have accumulated in India, according to a report by an Indian think tank.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 16/07/2018 regarding air pollution control in Delhi NCR.

The Supreme Cout Order touched upon three key issues:

1. Ban on import of pet coke

2. Natural gas to be made available to power plants in NCR

3. EPCA's views on the request by MOEF&CC to allow the use of pet coke for gasification and in steel industry

4. Comprehensive Plan for Air Pollution Control

Food imports are placing an increasing burden on the world's poorest countries, a new FAO report says. The world food import bill has broadly tripled since 2000 to reach $1.43 trillion in 2017, while it has risen around fivefold for countries that are the most vulnerable to food shortages.

In Kenya, food consumption is outpacing food production. According to a new Institute for Security Studies report, annual agricultural production will need to increase by an estimated 75% from 2015 levels in order to meet consumption in 2030.

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