CANACONA: The surge in Galgibag River due to the collapsed river banks and the unauthorised extraction of water from bore wells on the Kulty plateau have contaminated the wells in Galgibag and surr

A crisis of plastic waste in Indonesia has become so acute that the army has been called in to help.

JAGATSINGHPUR: A good number of illegal brick kilns have come up in the district and environmentalists have opined that these brick kilns are responsible for rise in temperature in the region as we

Michael Mpari, 45, came out of the polluted waters in the creeks of Bodo, a community in Gokana Local Government area in Ogoni, Rivers State, drenched in crude oil from head to toe, carrying a brok

Officials of the World Health Organisation (WHO), and the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) have commenced investigation into the cause of widespread soot in Rivers State.

NAVI MUMBAI: A blame game has started in the Taloja chemical hub after the National green tribunal (NGT) ordered its central effluent treatment plant (CETP) co-operative society to deposit Rs 5 cro

Nairobi — Businesses that continue to dispose waste into the Nairobi River without following the relevant regulations will be closed down by the National Environment Management Authority.

The government has estimated that $400 million will be needed to dredge and clean the heavy mercury content in the River Ankobra in the Western Region due to the activities of illegal small-scale m

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Citizen Welfare Society Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 13/04/2018 regarding untreated waste being discharge in River Yamuna, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh.

NGT directs District Magistrate, Mathura to file an affidavit mentioning the total number of STPs in City of Mathura, when was it established, its capacity, whether these STPs are equipped with updated technology and how much of waste is being treated by the STPs in the City of Mathura.

Takoradi — A Sekondi high court on Thursday convicted five Chinese and four Ghanaians to a total fine of GHȻ54, 000, for polluting River Ankobra in the Bamiankor area of the Western Region, in Marc

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