A new survey from EcoSecurities and ClimateBiz released recently shows how large, multinational corporations are addressing their carbon footprints from within, and what strategies they're using to offset the emissions they can't avoid.

Despite the growing awareness of the nexus between climate change and migration the subject has not been explored empirically in a way that generates conclusive results.

This study was conducted to assess the safety with special reference to the acute toxicity, if any of siz samples (Excavated waste, Lime sludge, Naphthol tar (nor Napthol tar), Reactor residue, Semi processed pesticide and Sevin tar) collected from `Stored Toxic Wastes at the former UCIL Plant Site at Bhopal'.

The 2008 Global Hunger Index (GHI) shows that the world has made slow progress in reducing food insecurity since 1990, with dramatic differences among regions and countries. In the nearly two decades since 1990, some regions

There is an unacceptably weak global policy response to the

The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) aims to promote a better understanding of the true economic value of ecosystem services and to offer economic tools that take proper account of this value. TEEB is in two phases and this interim report summarizes the results of Phase I.

The State Water Policy envisions that available water resources should be utilized efficiently and judiciously to meet drinking water needs and irrigation requirements in a manner that also promotes its conservation and engenders community participation. It seeks to make water everybody

In this project


Wetlands have for long remained undefined and there has not been any special enactments for their conservation although they are providing crucial ecosystem services and are sensitive ecosystems with high biodiversity values. In this background the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) effort in drafting the notification on Regulatory Framework for Wetland Conservation in