Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Health for Millions Trust Vs Union of India & Others dated 08/01/2018 regarding amendment to the Cigarettes and other Tobacco Products (Packaging and Labelling Rules) 2008, as amended by the amending Rules of 2014.

A parliamentary committee suggested that the government should come out with a legislation on data privacy at the earliest, as the country moves towards digitalisation of economy.

A clutch of high-profile legal cases over responsibility for the effects of climate change will be fought out in courtrooms next year as claims stack up against both governments and some of the wor

A batch of laws and regulations to benefit people's livelihoods, including the country's first environmental protection tax, rules on takeout foods and tour guide services, went into effect on Mond

The Central African Republic (CAR) has a total land area of 623,000 km2 of which close to 23 million hectares, i.e. 37%, is composed of forested lands. In the southwestern part of the country all forest operations are industrial. At present there are 11 logging companies, with an average annual production of close to 400,000 m3.

This report provides an overview of the current status of national legislation and institutional arrangements of relevance to EIAs and SEAs across the globe, as well as emerging issues and trends.

CHENNAI: For the first time ever, India has moved int­­o top-100 of the World Bank’s Ea­se o­f Doing Business global rankin­gs.

The government has drafted a new Bill to improve waste management ahead of a United Nations Environment Assembly meeting that begins in Nairobi today.

The thematic focus of the South African Child Gauge 2017 – survive, thrive, transform – is at the heart of South Africa’s obligations under international law.

KOCHI: About 18 months after its inauguration, the muchtouted National Green Tribunal's (NGT) circuit bench in Kochi has been permanently shut down. The bench stopped functioning from November 10.