A Canadian mining company has been dumping cyanide, mercury and copper into Guyana's biggest river, the Essequibo, alleges the Guyana Shield Media Project (gsmp), a group that disseminates

A Spanish judge has closed an inquiry into Spain's worst environmental disaster. According to the judge, 25 people under investigation had "no criminal responsibility'. The case was about the

A gold smelter in Baia Mare, Romania, partly owned by Australia's Esmeralda Exploration Ltd and Romania's Aurul SA is going to reopen after nearly five months. A cyanide spill from the unit had

The Tha Chin river is slowly recovering from the deluge of black, foul-smelling water which killed thousands of fish. The river's highly polluted state was first noticed by the officials of Suphan

Irked by its failure to implement court orders and stop the discharge of untreated domestic waste and industrial effluent into the Yamuna, the Supreme Court has imposed a

Industrial estates of Gujarat are cesspools of filth and environmental health hazards. Yet the government is blindly promoting industry

Industrial units in Bharuch polluted the Amlakhadi river. Now, it is payback time

Eerie silence is all that is countering environmental pollution

Increased human activity is destroying a river system

In the continuing drive against