Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Arun Tiwari Vs State of Uttar Pradesh dated 04/10/2023.

This participatory grassland and rangeland assessment (PRAGA) methodology was developed for the assessment of rangelands and grasslands in selected project countries.

Satisfying the changing food habits and increased demand for food intensifies pressure on the world’s water, land and soil resources. However, agriculture bears great promise to alleviate these pressures and provide multiple opportunities to contribute to global goals.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Almitra H. Patel & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 04/02/2022.

Rejoinder on behalf of Tejas S Rao Vs State of Karnataka & Others dated 18/01/2022. The appellant (Tejas S Rao) filed an application before the National Green Tribunal (NGT) challenging the order, June 17, 2021 passed by the Magadi Planning authority on the application of the appellant for the establishment of fuel station to an extent of 1 acre at Survey No.4/23, Varthur village, Thaverekere hobli, Bangalore south taluk, Karnataka.

Satisfying the changing food habits and increased demand for food intensifies pressure on the world’s water, land and soil resources. However, agriculture bears great promise to alleviate these pressures and provide multiple opportunities to contribute to global goals.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Dedharota Grampanchayat Vs Member Secretary, SLEIAA, Gujarat & Others dated 11/06/2021. An application was filed against the grant of Environmental Clearance (EC) by the SEIAA, Gujarat in March 15, 20217 for a bauxite mine in village Dedhrota, tehsil Himmatnagar, district Sabarkantha, Gujarat.

Criminalisation and violence towards Indigenous Peoples are even more worrying in times of pandemics, when they are already in a more vulnerable situation due to the virus and the lack of effective access to health services, as well as lowered protection in laws and regulations that apply to Indigenous Peoples.

Although the world’s indigenous peoples live in areas that contain around 80 per cent of the planet’s biodiversity, many still struggle to maintain their legal rights to lands, territories and resources, according to a new UN report published.

Order of the Punjab-Haryana High Court in the matter of Baljit Singh Vs State of Punjab & Others dated 02/02/2021.

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