After analyzing the Environmental Status of 88 Industrial Clusters selected in the country, Central Pollution Control Board in consultation with the Ministry of Environment & Forests has identified 43 critically polluted industrial clusters based on Comprehensive Environmental Pollution Index (CEPI).

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Pollution due to Coal Production, 30/03/2017. Coal mining activities have some impact on environment around the local mining areas due to dust and water pollution.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Violation of Pollution Laws, 21/03/2017. The Ministry has notified industry specific effluent and emission norms under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.

This paper offers a brief review of the green financial reforms that are likely to be most relevant to supporting infrastructure investing. The authors have consolidated data on various aspects of green investment in China to present a first snapshot of the combined progress in mobilizing green finance.

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) estimates that the new environmental norms applicable to the coal-based power sector may require almost Rs 72,000 crore of investment by existing plants. While the estimated tariff increase is not material, raising this amount of funding from commercial banks would be challenging.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Kuldeep Singh Parihar Vs. State of M.P. & Others dated 23/122/106 regarding pollution norms to be adopted for restaurants of eating houses/dhabas, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

National Green Tribunal directs MPPCB to investigate with regard to the norms to be adopted for restaurants of eating houses/dhabas.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Emission from Thermal Power Plants, 29/11/2016. The Government has notified revised Standards for Thermal Power Plants (TPPs) on

The Department of Environment has finalised the draft of National Pollution Control Strategy and Action Plan. Nepal’s pollution levels demonstrate a significant need for further development of a well established and effectively operating pollution control monitoring system.

This guideline document is prepared to assist both industries and regulators in successful implementation of CEMS through self-regulation.

Technologies to control particulate matter, sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides emissions are mature. They are being used across the world for a range of coal quality and operating conditions. Many large-scale manufacturers, including BHEL, Mitsubishi and GE-Alstom, are supplying the technologies to meet the new standards.

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