Dutch astronomers and ecologists are working with Leiden University on a project, MONOCLE, that allows people to measure the quality of their water, simply by taking a photo with their smartphones.
Contamination of surface water sources due to the discharge of polluting substances has been a long standing problem in most parts of the country. In 1974, a legislation was specifically enacted to regulate and prohibit water pollution.
NEW DELHI: The National Green Tribunal on Wednesday directed the Chief Secretary of Uttarakhand to appear before it and explain the steps taken by the state government to clean the river Ganga in t
VARANASI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi called upon the Indian Institutes of Technology to focus on solar energy sectors for innovations in the direction of no-cost solar-powered kitchens by keeping
To go ahead with the Seechewal model
NEW DELHI: The National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) - key central body which takes decision on the government’s ambitious Ganga rejuvenation programme - has approved a number of projects worth n
agpur: Taking the ‘Clean Morna River’ campaign a step further, the Akola district administration plans to use National Environmental Engineering Research Institute’s (Neeri) patented technology of
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
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