Say the state government should make budgetary provision to reduce pollution in Punjab

The Centre sanctioned a new project to control pollution in River Sal at Navelim town in Goa.

With the Union Budget-2018 according priority to agriculture and rural development, education, health and infrastructure, there was much benefit derived by the environment sector, including the emp

Hyderabad: Experts say that the Bellandur lake catching fire in Bengaluru recently was a disaster waiting to happen.

LONDON: Scientists have developed a simple, paper-based device that can be used to test if a water sample is contaminated, providing a low-cost way for developing countries to limit the spread of w

Authorities in Ghana are in talks with their Ivorian counterparts over measures to sanitise the two major water bodies, the Tano and Bia Rivers, which have been polluted by the activities of Ghanai

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Court on its own Motion Vs. State of Karnataka And D. Kupendra Reddy Vs. State of Karnataka & Others dated 27/11/2017 regarding cleaning up of Bellandur lake in Bengaluru. Court directs the State of Karnataka to issue notice to all the builders who had constructed flats near Bellandur Lake without constructing sewage treatment plants (STP).

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation Vs Vanashakti Public Trust & Others dated 14/11/2017 regarding sewage treatment and for bringing Ulhas and Walduni rivers to their natural state. It has also been brought to our notice that there are more than 500 jeans washing units that are discharging effluents into the rivers. It is stated that show cause notices have been issued to all of them. Court directs an affidavit to be filed in this regard.

Durban - According to a statement released in Geneva on Friday by Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) specialised boats and machinery are trying to extract the vast quantities of "nurdles" (raw pl

The water available to each Indian in 2011 was 70% less than in 1951, and it will reduce further by 2050.

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