Cities are under pressure from all angles; some pressures are easily forecasted while others are more difficult to predict. Balancing the immediate needs of today without compromising the demands of tomorrow is at the heart of sustainability, and of this report.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Nisha Enterprises (Old Name Saood Ki Tannery) Vs. Central Pollution Control Board dated 07/09/2016 regarding illegal sewer connectivity in Kaushambi, Ghaziabad. Ghaziabad Development Authority in furtherance to the order of the Tribunal paid sum of Rs. 1, 17, 69000/- to the Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam for construction of sewer line.

Manhattan skyscrapers, rather than rustic rural towns, are quickly becoming the picture of sustainable living in the twenty-first century. San Francisco, Copenhagen and Singapore each top their regions in the Green City Index. As sites of innovation and economic dynamism, these places exemplify a blend of density and livability that large, prosperous cities in the 'global south', such as Mumbai in India and São Paulo in Brazil, increasingly emulate.

Uncontrolled urbanisation and proliferation of slums makes development of urban sanitation a big challenge.

MARGAO: South Western Railway (SWR) has been rated the second most clean zone among 17 zones of the Indian Railways, according to a recent survey conducted by the Indian Railways catering and touri

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Om Prakash Vs. State of Rajasthan & Ors. dated 28/07/2016 regarding water logging in the Railway Goods Godown at Sujangarh, Rajasthan.

Affidavit of the Commissioner of the Municipal Council, Sujangarh dated 2-04-2016 has been placed before the Tribunal and it reveals that the DPR for comprehensive development of sewerage system, drainage system, transport system, green system and park development has been submitted by Mr. M/s. Excelfech Consultancy & Project Pvt.

This publication showcases a compilation of project briefs culled from case studies of good practices, new approaches, and working models on sanitation and wastewater management from different countries. The project briefs demonstrate solution options from which useful lessons can be derived.

This case study is part of a research project by Partnerships in Practice for WaterAid to learn from sanitation planning processes of cities in developing countries that are making good progress in provision of sanitation services to all.

Puducherry government has drawn up a massive Rs 120 crore plan to build toilets for 55,000 households in the union territory without the facility under the Swachh Bharath Abhiyan scheme, Chief Mini

The district magistrates have issued 178 notices to the three municipal corporations for "unsatisfactory cleanliness and unhygienic conditions" across the city, particularly at dhalaos, on the dire