PANJIM: Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad, which has been commissioned to conduct an environment impact study (EIS) on mining operations in Goa, has submitted its report to Union Ministry of En

Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad, assigned to conduct an environment impact study (EIS) on Goa's mining, has found high air pollution in the state's five mining talukas.

PANJIM: The Supreme Court will resume hearing the Goa mining case today (October 22), with all parties hoping that the hearings are completed over the scheduled two weeks until the court breaks for

Despite the clamour in Goa to restart ‘legal mining’, the prognosis on the timing and quantum of mining that will be allowed is still unclear, especially, as most of the respondents - save for the

The Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE), appointed by the Supreme Court to conduct a macro-level environment impact assessment study report of Bellary district in Karnataka in

Methane, the simplest of all alkane and the principal component of natural gas, fired the grey cells of more than 12 experts at a four-day workshop that was inaugurated at the executive centre of t

Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has sanctioned Rs 2.02 crores to Indian School of Mines to conduct study on Regional Environmental Impact Assessment (REIA) of mining in Goa region, MoEF Minister Jayanthi Natarajan told Rajya Sabha Tuesday.

Jharkhand-based Indian School of Mines will conduct a study on regional environmental impact assessment (REIA) of mining in Goa region, the Union Minister of State for Environment, Ms Jayanthi Nata

The socio-economic survey of underground fire-affected families of Jharia coalfield region, which was stalled midway over a rate dispute, is set to start again.

Rehabilitation and resettlement in-charge of Jharia Rehabilitation and Development Authority (JRDA) Gopal Ji said new rates had been fixed for carrying out survey work, which is likely to resume with Kujama area of Jharia within a week.

Dhanbad, May 26: Indicating it means business, Jharkhand State Pollution Control Board (JSPCB) has pulled up various stakeholders of the coal belt, including industries and civic organisations, for not doing enough to ensure a cleaner environment as envisaged in the Dhanbad Action Plan formulated last year.

Yesterday, the board distributed minutes of a review meeting it held on April 20 to Bhar