The paper uses the case of the waste sector to illustrate the co-benefits associated with certain typologies of climate change mitigation projects, provide suggestions for their quantification and monetization, and draw recommendations for the design of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs), including the role of government.

Management of solid or liquid wastes in rural areas is much easier than in urban areas due to the fact that there are no highly contaminated industrial wastes. In rural areas, most of the wastes can be safely reused for beneficial purposes with limited resources.

The special armed police (SAP) force's quarters in Peroorkada has become self-sufficient in waste management with the installation of an aerobic compost unit, modeled on Thumboormuzhi model compost

She has been an inexorable force in sustaining the battle against litter.

The Punjab government had come out with a legislation to tackle the menace of stubble burning in the state a few years ago. But it failed to yield the desired results.

Nagpur: Expressing grave concern over jump in the number of deaths due to dengue, Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court on Wednesday asked Nagpur Municipal Corporation's (NMC) deputy director health Mi

For start-ups, there’s money in the dust bin. Mohammed Dawood S, 27, slaps on his gloves and digs through layers of compost-in-the-making to show me his earthworms.

In an attempt to reduce the amount of ‘nirmalya’ waste reaching the dumping grounds, the BMC has started a waste segregation and composting project after the Ganpati Visarjan.

Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), which is setting up eight wet waste processing units, does not seem to have made much headway in achieving waste segregation at source.

The high court has directed UP Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) to collect sample of Gomti river's water and furnish the test report before it within a month.

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