The much delayed zero waste management projects of Mysore City Corporation (MCC) is expected to receive a minor boost, with zero waste management plants built at Zone 8 and 9, set to become operati

MCC to install solar streetlights on trial basis.

The programme aims at providing adequate and efficient urban public health delivery system for the urban poor.

Cities across the world have started recognising the need to address urban climate vulnerabilities. In Asia, the role of the Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network (ACCCRN), a nine-year initiative (2008-2017) supported by the Rockefeller Foundation, has been significant.

The State government has sought Rs 10,400 crore from the Centre for upgrading infrastructure facilities in the urban local bodies (ULBs) in the State, excluding Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike,

The State government has proposed 61 new projects for Bangalore and Mysore under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM).

The projects include grade separators, public transport, storm water drains, etc. The estimated cost of the projects is Rs 5,265.22 crore, Minister for Urban Development, Vinay Kumar Sorake, said here on Monday.

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Planned at Koorgalli on the outskirts, it will help record data to design solar panels

The City of Palaces, which is gradually making great strides in tapping unconventional sources of energy, will soon have a solar radiation test centre at Koorgalli on the outskirts. The development is significant as Mysore, along with Hubli, is among 48 cities in the country that have been selected for the ‘Solar City’ project.

Dengue cases are on the rise in Bangalore and Mysore, putting the government in a spot of bother.

Projects include purchase of new buses, construction of flyovers and underpasses, and laying of new roads.