Report of the Joint Committee submitted in compliance to the National Green Tribunal order, March 11, 2022 in Original Application 196/2022 Hariom Gupta & Others Vs Nagar Palika Parishad, Loni & Others.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Saket Girls PG College Vs State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 01/07/2022. The matter related to an incomplete drain in front of Saket Girls PG College, Pratapgarh, Uttar Pradesh. Water logging in the said drain is causing serious health hazard for the students.

According to rainfall data released by the India Meteorological Department, the suburb of Malad West had received 301 mm of rain from 8.30 am until 7.30 pm on Monday.

UNEP and Ramsar launch the revised edition of Smoke on Water – Countering global threats from peatland loss & degradation. A Rapid Response Assessment. More than 180 countries have peatlands but we are only just starting to understand their role in both climate change and our efforts to curb it.

GURUGRAM: The forest department has sought a break from tree-felling in view of the monsoon and would like instead to focus on proposed plantation drives for the next two months.

Sources at state secretariat, Nabanna, said, they had a control room from where the chief minister would monitor the situation across the state.

Tinsukia: Waterlogging of arterial roads here in less than an hour of heavy showers on Thursday exposed this Upper Assam town's lack of preparedness to combat flash floods.

At the side event Good Peatland Governance to Strengthen Economic, Social and Ecosystem Resilience at the UNFCCC COP23 in Bonn, Germany, the Global Peatlands Initiative under the leadership of UN Environment will release its rapid response assessment Smoke on Water – countering global threats from peatland loss and degradation.

Limited access to water, droughts, floods and other climatic conditions are major challenges to food security in Ghana. Over 70% of smallholder farmers in the country practice rainfed agriculture, which is highly vulnerable to rainfall variability. Flooding and waterlogging of farmlands limit land use and crop productivity.

“The circulation of low pressure area from south west Madhya Pradesh moving westward is likely to intensify into a depression and that is likely to give heavy rainfall in Madhya Maharashtra,” said

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