Residents may have to pay more and wait longer for drinking water now as the g roundwater table in Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur has fallen nearly 6 metres below ground level.
The government has announced its withdrawal from an arrangement that allows other countries to fish in British waters.
The Ramsar Convention recognizes the interdependence of people on wetlands for their important economic, cultural, scientific and recreational values.
Degradation of wetlands reduces resilience against water-related hazards such as floods, droughts and storm surges.
New research points to the efficacy of catch share programs in the U.S. by halting the ‘race to fish’.
In northern rural areas of South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province, men own the cattle and women the goats and chickens.
Chief Minister Raghubar Das has reaffirmed the Government's commitment to protect environment, saying that its conservation remained the topmost priority in the State.
A ban on open-pit mining in the Philippines enforced by former environment minister Regina Lopez has "no legal basis" and is under review, a senior government official said, the first sign that dra
Following the ecological threat of Hawassa Lake, which is a habitat for enormous aquatic animals and a livelihood for a number of people, stakeholders are striving to rescue the lake from drying.
The National Green Tribunal today dismissed a plea seeking prosecution and imposition of fine on a BJP parliamentarian for allegedly tossing a plastic bottle in the Saryu river and making a mockery
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