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Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kartik Sharma Vs State of Uttarakhand dated 18/05/2022.

Grievance in the application is against unregulated drawal of water from Mussoorie lake, having potential for damage to the lake. The violators include Hotel Jaypee Residency, Mussoorie and others.

Inspection report of the Joint Committee constituted by the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone) in respect of Original Application No. 123 of 2020 (Suomotu on the basis of the newspaper report published in Dinamalar Chennai city supplement edition, July 9, 2020 under the caption 'Moovarasampattu temple pond has become rain water harvesting reservoir.'

Additional written submission by the Karnataka Power Corporation in the matter between Yelahanka Puttenahalli Lake and Bird Conservation Trust Vs Ministry of Environment & Forest & Others dated 22/03/2022.

Compliance report filed by the Municipal Corporation, Bhopal in the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in the matter of Aarya Shrivastava Vs Ministry of Environment and Forest & Others.

The matter was related to illegal encroachments on the banks of the southern part of Upper Lake, Bhopal.

Report by the District Magistrate, Koraput, Odisha in Original Application No - 148/19 filed by Basanta Patra Vs State of Odisha & Others. The matter related to preservation of Jagannath Sagar, Jeypore, Odisha.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Nanga Ram Dangi Vs Secretary, Department of Environment & Forests & Others dated 20/01/2020 regarding illegal mining going on around the Jaisamand Lake and other areas of District Udaipur, Rajasthan.

President Muhammadu Buhari has called for more commitment from the international community on redirecting water to the Lake Chad.He warned that the about 40 million population in the region will po

The Lake Victoria Basin is internationally recognised for its high freshwater species diversity and endemism, which are of critical importance to local livelihoods and national economies within the basin.

Inorganic phosphorus (P)-solubilizing bacteria (IPSB) and organic P-mineralizing bacteria (OPMB) were isolated from bacteria that were first extracted from the rhizosphere soil of a natural wetland and then grown on either tricalcium phosphate or lecithin medium. The solubilizing of inorganic P was the major contribution to P availability, since the isolated bacteria released much more available P from inorganic tricalcium phosphate than lecithin.

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Kibuku — The government has evicted more than 7,000 encroachers from wetlands in Kibuku District.

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