A row is raging in the us over reports that the Bush administration meddled in a policy proposed to tackle the last uncontrolled source of mercury pollution

Waste can power vehicles

After 250 research articles, Jim Dumesic, a professor of chemical engineering at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA, would much rather teach a classroom of seniors than promote a start up company. But such is the commercial potential of his recent

India s first ever Charter on Corporate Responsibility for Environmental Protection, unveiled amid much hype on March 13 in New Delhi, has turned out to be just hot air

tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa's decision to resuscitate the 14.85-megawatt Perungudi waste-to-energy (wte) plant has been greeted with dismay by environmentalists. On January 31, 2003

Delhi High Court directs CAG to probe power plant deal

The residents of Aloes area of Port Elizabeth city, South Africa, will no longer live in the vicinity of a hazardous medi

Industrialisation has brought prosperity. And increasing amount of wastes, especially plastics. The answer: burn it. But there is a problem: dioxin, one of the most carcinogenic chemicals known to humankind. Japan reels under it

Outdated federal regulations make Indian reserves in Canada vulnerable to waste dumping from sly and better off surrounding communities