An Embu resident has petitioned the Senate to pass a law that will protect water towers and riparian zones.

Corruption among government and council officials as well as general lack of knowledge among residents has been blamed for the continued destruction of wetlands in Harare.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Radhey Mohan Misra Vs State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 12/03/2018 regarding identification and declaration of wetlands in Uttar Pradesh. The State of Uttar Pradesh submits before NGT the publication of the notification under the Provisions of Rule 7 of the Wetland ( Conservation and Management) Rules, 2017 on 09th March, 2018. Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change submits that State Government acted under the provisions of the new Wetland Rules.

The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday warned Uttar Pradesh of a heavy fine if the State government failed to issue a notification pertaining to the identification of a wetland in the Gorakhpur reg

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Mather Nagar Residents Association Vs The District Collector, Ernakulam & Others dated 05/03/2018 regarding construction of a multi storied building on wetland area of Thrikkakkara North Village, Kalamassery, Ernakulam District, Kerala. Supreme Court sets aside the Order passed by the Kerala High Court which allowed the builder to continue construction and remanded the matter for a fresh decision after taking into account the detailed report submitted by the Sub-Collector, Fortkochi, Ernakulam District, Kerala.

With more than 1.25 lakh winged guests thronging Punjab’s four wetlands, the number of migratory birds arriving in the state remained consistent this season.

A cross section of Harare residents have blamed the Harare City Council for double standards which have led to corrupt allocation of land on undesignated sites such as wetlands.

Government has issued a 21-day ultimatum to residents of 11 villages that have encroached on Lubigi wetland located northwest of Kampala.

Climate change is dialing up the pressure on species around the world.

The passing away of Dhrubojyoti Ghosh, the engineer-turned-internationally acclaimed ecologist, on February 16 has left the East Calcutta Wetlands more vulnerable than ever.

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