Environment News Bulletin
December 10, 2018
CSE's Environment News Bulletin brings you a selection of latest news from India and the South Asian countries on almost all topics of environmental concerns.
New Delhi: Delhi high court on Tuesday said the central government will have to explain if a traffic plan was a pre-requisite to seek environment clearances and if such an exercise was carried out
A Central Pollution Control Board taskforce has identified 21 hotspots of high pollution levels in Delhi-NCR and directed the respective area municipal corporations to take "focussed actions" to mi
BHOPAL: An exhibition to pay homage to the Bhopal gas tragedy victims was organised in collaboration with Remember Bhopal Museum at Dylogg Co-working on Monday.
Will give time to stakeholders to switch over to biodegradable products: Secy Environment
A contempt plea has been filed in the National Green Tribunal, Eastern Bench, urging it to take action over the pollution caused to Rabindra Sarobar lake in Kolkata during last month's Chhath puja,
Ahmedabad: As a young medical trainee at a US hospital over three decades ago, Dr Atul Mehta found a practical solution when a patient had a foreign body lodged in his pulmonary system.
LUCKNOW: The air pollution levels dropped by 23 units in Lucknow but the air quality continued to be 'very poor' on Monday.
NEW DELHI: A breath of fresh, clean air remains a dream for most Mundka residents, thanks to toxic industrial units burning their waste in the open.
KOLKATA: The city is experiencing its foulest spell of pollution in recent years with the air quality index considerably worse than previous years.
India Tuesday made a strong case for funds from developed countries to developing nations to fight climate change, which is adversely affecting people around the globe.
Progress only in areas that US and developed countries favour
Katowice (Poland): The bilateral relations between India and Germany seem to be reinforcing at the 24th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP), which is being hosted by the United Nations C
Shortly after they were administered the vaccine, the children complained of headache and nausea and were kept under observation in a hospital. They were discharged on Tuesday evening.
Studies show that substances like surfactants used in adhesives are toxic.
Dengue fever is caused by the bite of an Aedes Aegypti mosquito. This female mosquito lays eggs in water containers and plants near your surroundings.
High incidence of dengue has been reported in the state for the fourth consecutive year.
NEW DELHI: Residents have alleged that industries in Mundka continue to burn plastic, leather and motor engine oil despite a ban, even as illegal units continue to thrive on agricultural land.
GUWAHATI: A two-day national level convention on 'Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant and Reactive Power Management', organized by the National Power Training Institute, began here in Guwahati began on