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Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Ramesh Chandra Kapri Vs State of Uttarakhand dated 29/06/2020. The matter relates to waste management in Pithoragarh.

Report filed by the Secretary, Urban Department, State of Uttarakhand stated that the Solid Waste Management Plant, Pithoragarh would be functional by March 31, 2021.

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Food Industry Asia (FIA) released a regional survey of consumers and food and beverage businesses across South-East Asia that shows a significant disconnect between expectation and action on reducing plastic waste.

Bio-waste – mainly food and garden waste – is a key waste stream with a high potential for contributing to a more circular economy. This report provides an overview of bio-waste generation, prevention, collection, and treatment in Europe.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Tribunal on its own motion (Regarding Dumping of Garbages at Rajiv Nagar, North 24 Parganas) Vs State of West Bengal & Others dated 04/06/2020.

Marine plastic pollution has increasingly been a concerning issue around the globe as the initial impact of marine plastic pollution is gradually emerging. But, where does plastic originate?

In this brief, the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) provides good examples of how countries have already translated these into national law, boosting repair and designing products that are meant to last longer.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kapil Sagar Vs State of Haryana regarding allegation of encroachment of pond in village Meghpur by Nagar Parishad, Palwal, Haryana dated 06/05/2020. Accordingly, a report dated 28.11.2019 has been filed by the District Magistrate, Palwal to the effect that there was no encroachment and the pond had been demarcated and secured.

With the key objective of SBMG Phase I attained, the Government of India renewed its commitment to further enhance the sanitation and hygiene status in rural areas with the approval of Phase II of the programme.

A diverse community of plastic pollution action leaders across Indonesia’s public, private and civil society sectors released a joint Action Plan for combatting plastic pollution and waste.

This report focuses on the actions and responsibilities of four of the world’s biggest plastic polluters: CocaCola, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever. These companies continue to sell billions of products in single-use bottles, sachets and packets in developing countries.

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