The Samajwadi Party government, which allocated Rs.

The district magistrates and five Senior Superintendents of Police in western Uttar Pradesh have been fined by the National Green Tribunal for their repeated failure to reply to its notice on pollu

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Gurpreet Singh Bagga Vs. MoEF Vs. Ors. dated 19/02/2014 regarding illegal mining in the state of Uttar Pradesh particularly in the District of Saharanpur.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Gurpreet Singh Bagga Vs. MoEF Vs. Ors. dated 22/01/2014 regarding mining on the banks of River Yamuna, Uttar Pradesh.

UP Housing and Development Board has decided to make installation of sewer treatment plant and water-recycling project mandatory in all future housing projects on and above 2 acre land.

While Uttarakhand counts the cost of the floods and landslides caused by rains, scientists claim that it was a man-made catastrophe caused by mining and encroachments in the flood zone of the river

Ghaziabad and Allahabad have emerged as the two most air polluted cities in Uttar Pradesh in a recent survey by a research and advocacy organization.

Even as rivers continued to rise in the state, flooding more low-lying villages in various districts of the state, affecting over 20,000 people, state government stepped up relief operation and rel

Flash floods following heavy rains in the last 24 hours have claimed 15 lives in Uttar Pradesh with Saharanpur district bearing the brunt of the deluge.

The Legal Initiative for Forests and Environment disputed the claims of the National Highway Authority of India that has moved the Supreme Court for fast-track clearance of delayed highway projects.

Elaborating upon the Forest Advisory Committee meeting held in December 2012, Ritwick Dutta, environmental lawyer and member of LIFE said, “From the 29 projects put up for clearance, the FAC cleared as many as 17. Three of these proposals were from the NHAI and while two were cleared, one was sent back on the ground that they wanted more information.”