The NGT order was passed following a PIL filed urging them to ask the Gujarat government to purchase only CNG vehicles for public transport bodies as diesel ones caused high level of air pollution.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Western Zone Bench, Pune) in the matter of Kaustubha Dattatraya Ghokhale & Others Vs State of Maharashtra, through Chief Secretary & Others dated 15/03/2017 regarding municipal waste management in Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation.

The Supreme Court has declined to entertain a public interest litigation by a Kerala-based social activist who wants the exhaust outlets of all motor vehicles installed on the top instead of near t

HC asks Ministry to consider plea of the petitioner

Ahmedabad: Gujarat high court on Wednesday sought a reply from the state government in response to a PIL objecting to the establishment of a wind farm in the vicinity of a reserved forest at Brihad

The Tamirabarani river is a part of the ecological and cultural landscape, and traditions of the people of Tamil Nadu. Unfortunately, public resources like the river water are sold at throwaway prices to corporations, who in turn resell the water either in the form of packaged drinking water or as aerated beverages. The political economy of the river and the state’s industrial plans, require radical rethinking.

PUDUKKOTTAI: The thirteenth day of protests against the hydrocarbon protest at Neduvasal in Pudukkottai on Wednesday saw protesters receiving words of advice from those who have took the path of ma

The Delhi high court on Thursday asked authorities to clean up “on a war footing“ the highly polluted Anand Vihar area, including those under the railways and Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC).

Nashik: The Bombay high court has appointed National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) yet again to study and suggest long-term and immediate solutions to tide over the pollution

The public trust doctrine makes natural resources a part of the commons, owned equally by all, and legally owned by the state. The resources and opportunities that the present generation have inherited must be available to future generations in perpetuity. In the Goa mining case, the Supreme Court wanted to implement intergenerational equity on the grounds of the exhaustion of the iron-ore reserves as well as the widespread damage to the Goan environment and social fabric.

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