Tanneries: ill managed, technologically challenged

Pesticides: what"s the way out?

Environment managers do not count

Profits and a cleaner environment can sometimes complement each other. But Indian companies are still mired in poison. They must now look for a cure. They must act now

RESOURCES AND RIGHTS: Even as the debate over access and benefit sharing of genetic resources rages on in the world, plans for a legally binding protocol have begun to take shape in the Convention

How has the river that flows through one of the most industrialised regions in India fared since it was first written about in 1993? Down to Earth revisits the coal dust and slurry-ridden Damodar basin to see if anything has changed - for better or worse

Common effluent treatment plants are fashionable, but without a proper framework of rights and responsibilities, they could become a tool for circumventing the law

INSTITUTE FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH . November . 2002 NATO's air campaign against Yugoslavia in 1999 saw bombing of many factories. The world media covered the campaign extensively.

As rivers spill over, the sea becomes the new dumping destination in coastal Gujarat

The Green Rating Project unveils the environmental face of India’s caustic-chlorine industry