NASHIK: Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis will kick-start the Clean Godavari campaign as part of the Green Kumbh in Nashik on June 27.
NASHIK: Three ponds in Trimbakeshwar dating back to the Peshwa era and now full of silt and hyacinth may once again meet the residents' requirement of water.
The first rains in the state’s hinterland appear to be encouraging, with water conservation projects undertaken by people under Jalyukta Shivar Abhiyan filling up.
NASHIK: The Satpur and Ambad industrial estates of the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) are set to go green soon.
The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) is planning to set up an online water checking facility at the Godavari soon in a bid to control pollution in the river.
NASHIK: Awareness campaigns and fines have not been able to curb the roadside burning of waste despite the civic administration's claims that the number of incidents have reduced.
NASHIK: The absence of a proper tree audit and census and a poorly formed tree committee have cost the city's green cover over the past few years.
On behalf of Green Kumbh, the district collector and municipal commissioner had organised a meeting to plan cleaning of the rivers in the city on occasion of World Environment Day on June 5.
NASHIK: Peeved about the rampant burning of waste along the roads and the civic body's repeated claims of warning its sanitary employees against such a practice, environmental activists have now st
NASHIK: Eight documentary films, which were selected at the state-level competition conducted as part of the Green Kumbh for creating public awareness about river pollution, were screened at Kusuma
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