This document outlines various liabilities to be imposed on a responsible party for causing environmental damages arising from improper handling/disposal of hazardous waste. These liabilities are applicable to the occupier, transporter, operator of a facility and importer as the case may be, hereinafter referred to as responsible party.

The decrease of surface water on rivers, lakes and streams and the depletion of underground water, which has been caused by the massive construction of hydropower plants, has worsened the dry seaso

The study is based on a century's worth of observational data drawn from 100 river basins across the world.

This document outlines various liabilities to be imposed on a responsible party for causing environmental damages arising only from improper handling/disposal of hazardous waste. These liabilities are applicable to the occupier, transporter, operator of a facility and importer as the case may be and hereinafter referred as responsible party.

Greg Hunt describes passage of legislation as a signature moment in water reform as Greens accuse him of ‘caving in to hardline Nationals’

This report is an outcome of the field study conducted to assess the status of rural water supply schemes in Maharashtra. The Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation (MDWS), Government of India assigned the task to conduct a third party evaluation to Tata Institute of Social Sciences.

The California drought, now in its fourth year, is set to cost the agriculture sector $1.8bn in direct losses this year, researchers at the University of California, Davis found in a study released

As both surface and ground water of large parts of Angul and Dhenkanal district is polluted due to coalmines, power plants, aluminium and steel industries, concerned citizens, social activists, law

The Dhaka Wasa has undertaken three mega projects to collect 70 percent of the city's demand for water from surface sources by 2020, said LGRD and Cooperatives Minister Syed Ashraful Islam yesterda

Streams within approximately 40% of the global land surface are at risk from the application of insecticides.

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