Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Lakhan Singh Dhurve Vs. State of M.P. & 4 Ors. dated 11/03/2015 regarding allotment of charagah land for industrial use, District Umaria, Madhya Pradesh.

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on conversion of waste land into agricultural land, 19/12/2014.

Feeding the world’s growing population and finding the land and water to grow enough food continues to be a basic and sizeable challenge. It is an enormous task because the increase in food production required to meet future needs may have to be achieved with fewer land and water resources.

The governments of People’s Republic of Bangladesh have been published report on the Environment and Climate Change Outlook 2012 which is a collection of the present position of the country’s environmental condition.

Water and land resources are under increasing pressure in many parts of the globe. Diet change has been suggested as a measure to contribute to adequate food security for the growing population. This paper assesses the impact of diet change on the blue and green water footprints of food consumption. We first compare the water consumption of the current diets with that of a scenario where dietary guidelines are followed.

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on decline in agricultural land, 25/07/2014.

A debate exists regarding the limits of international law to influence state behaviour. Some attribute these limits to the inability of law to compel states to incorporate norms into domestic legal frameworks. Others maintain that even if institutionalised, the incapacity of states to put those norms into action is where the problem lies.

The report examines the rise of “land grabs” in Asia and how this impacts on poor and vulnerable people in the region.

The aim of the report was to understand the amount of additional land needed and provide a simple, clear vision for UK agricultural land use and a set of principles to guide future decision-making.

China's cities are expanding rapidly as its economy grows. Yet land for development is in short supply, particularly in mountainous areas, where about one-fifth of the population lives. In the past decade, local governments have begun removing the tops of mountains to fill in valleys to create land on which to build.