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NEW DELHI: The government has devised an innovative plan to generate awareness for greater greenery in the country with its "One Child, One tree" programme that it hopes to begin this year.

The Telangana Government has invited the President, Pranab Mukherjee, to launch its green initiative ‘Telanganaku Haritahaaram’ (Green necklace for Telangana) that seeks to plant 230 crore saplings

PANJIM: When Leading Hotel’s sent their bouncers- muscle men who threatened to intimidate- to Tiracol in the middle of the night on May 14/15, to destroy trees and create a pathway to the site of t

The Goalpara district administration, in cooperation with the municipal office, has geared up to make the town green.

The Delhi High Court has directed the Union Government to come up with an action plan to deal with air pollution in the Capital, while expressing concern over the “bureaucratic apathy” on the issue

We extended our research on the architecture, growth and age of trees belonging to the genus Adansonia, by starting to investigate large individuals of the most widespread Malagasy species. Our research also intends to identify the oldest baobabs of Madagascar. Here we present results of the radiocarbon investigation of the two most representative Adansonia rubrostipa (fony baobab) specimens, which are located in south-western Madagascar, in the Tsimanampetsotse National Park. We found that the fony baobab called "Grandmother" consists of 3 perfectly fused stems of different ages.

Nagpur: With the recent ruling by principal bench of National Green Tribunal (NGT) that Stage I clearance for linear projects like highways cannot be considered as deemed permission to start work,

Hyderabad: As per the National Forest policy, a state should have 33 per cent of tree cover. However, Telangana has 25.16 per cent green cover. Andhra Pradesh fares worse with only 22.62 per cent.

The Delhi High Court, on Monday, appointed environmentalist Sunita Narain as amicus curiae to look into the matter of chopping of 800 trees to widen a road connecting Andheria More to Fortis hospit

The Delhi High Court today asked an environmentalist it appointed as amicus curiae to look into felling of 800 trees to widen a road in South Delhi's Vasant Kunj area to submit her report by April