The Supreme Court has sought responses from the Centre and the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea challenging the National Green Tribunal's order which refused to declare the low lying areas in and

West Bengal Environment minister Suvendu Adhikary Wednesday said saving wetlands was the topmost priority of the state government.

NAVI MUMBAI: Citing the slow progress in cases of environmental crime, particularly the destruction of mangroves, three ecology-focused groups have appealed to CM Devendra Fadnavis to set up a spec

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rohit Chowdhury Vs Union of India & Others dated 18/12/2018 regarding municipal solid waste plant situated on the Deepor Beel, Assam.

New findings released offer a compelling business case for investing in the protection of the world’s coral reefs, with economic benefits stretching into the tens of billions in just over a decade.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rohit Choudhury Vs Union of India & Others dated 08/10/2018 regarding garbage dumping in Deepor Beel, Kamrup District, Assam. Senior Additional Advocate General submits that proposals have been made in respect of the integrated MSW treatment plant in question, and the matter relating to the railway track.

Natural wetlands are in long-term decline around the world says this global report on the state of wetlands. Between 1970 and 2015, inland and marine/coastal wetlands both declined by approximately 35%, where data are available, three times the rate of forest loss.

The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has informed the National Green Tribunal that it has issued a notification for identification and protection of wetlands which prohibit encroachments

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of K. S. Ravi Vs. State of Karnataka & Others dated 04/09/2018 regarding restraining construction activities at Kaikondrahalli Vilalge, BBMP Ward No. 150 (Bellandur Ward), Mahadevpura Zone, Bengaluru. The grievance of the applicant is that the project called ‘SJR Watermark Project’ on the bank of Kaikondrahalli Lake in Bengaluru was within less than 10 meters from the edge of the lake as against the requirement of distance of 30 meters which is a buffer/no development/no construction Zone.


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