Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Raghunath Jha Vs. Ministry of Urban Development dated 22/09/2017 regarding destruction of trees as a result of demolition of government residential colonies, Delhi. NGT directs the Project Proponent to plant the tall trees at the site in question and if the space falls short, then the plantation shall be done at the site allocated for that purpose by the Delhi Development Authority. The plants shall be planted as a condition precedent to the cutting of the trees.

Bunge Inc and partners on Tuesday launched an online database aimed at helping companies make investment and purchasing decisions that discourage farmers from cutting down trees for arable land.

24,000 fully grown trees were uprooted to widen Bist-Doab stretch

The community of Tumani Tenda village in the West Coast Region in collaboration with All Gambia Forestry Platform, and representative from KAMFORA, Department of Forestry Tuesday embarked on a mass

Bhopal: The central bench of National Green Tribunal (NGT) has sought a detailed report on recent plantation drive on the banks of Narmada river from state government, which claims to have planted

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Society for Protection of Culture, Heritage, Environment, Traditions & Promotions of National Awareness (CHETNA) Vs. National Highway Authority of India & Others dated 05/09/2017 regarding greening of public spaces.

Around 13,000 trees have been marked to be cut in Pisonem range forest to enable road-widening along National Highway 17.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Raghunath Jha Vs. Ministry of Urban Development dated 04/09/2017 regarding destruction of trees as a result of demolition of government residential colonies in Delhi.

Trees in cities reduce air pollution, absorb carbon and protect people during heatwaves, saving megacities more than $500 million a year in healthcare, energy costs and environmental protection, ac

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Karan Singh Tanwar Vs. Govt. of NCT of Delhi dated 22/08/2017 regarding felling of trees by Delhi Cantonment Board. Amicus Curiae submits that more than 3500 saplings have been planted in the Cantonment area. The officers concerned of the Cantonment Board shall ensure that all these plants are looked after well, atleast for a period of 5 years and there are no tree casualties. The Cantonment Board shall not fell any trees except after obtaining permission from the concerned competent authority and thereafter, leave of the Tribunal.

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