AHMEDABAD: Climate change will severely affect Rajkot – and by extension central Saurashtra – by the end of the century, predicts a research paper by Gujarat-based officials of the India Meteorolog

AHMEDABAD: If you think the heat is baking you right now, prepare to be roasted.

The Camel Breeders Association in Kutch has taken to the internet to wage a battle to save several acres of mangrove.

Petition alleges mangroves being removed for construction

AHMEDABAD: Rural Gujarat now has 34.35 crore trees outside forest and urban areas, 14% higher than the 30.14 crore trees counted in 2013.

Renewable energy company Suzlon has announced it has won two projects of 300 MW and 200 MW each under the SECI bidding process.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kachchh Camel Breeders Association Vs Union of India & Others dated 19/03/2018 regarding construction and other activity leading to destruction of mangroves in Kutch District by Deendayal Port Trust. NGT directs a joint inspection to be conducted and a report be filed by the Gujarat State Pollution Control Board and Central Pollution Control Board.

A plea alleging destruction of mangroves by the Deen Dayal Port Trust in Gujarat's Kutch district has prompted the National Green Tribunal to seek responses from the Centre and the state government

This policy briefing focuses on the impact of climate change on livelihoods, development and vulnerability in Kachchh, India. The semi-arid district of Kachchh in Gujarat is known for its erratic rainfall, water scarcity, and droughts.

"The cost of solar energy per unit has dropped to Rs 2.63 per unit and capital cost of wind energy too has dropped, which will help all ports cumulatively save Rs 600-700 crore annually,” Nitin Gad

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