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The National Green Tribunal has sought the Centre's response on a plea of an environmentalist seeking demolition of alleged constructions raised in the Hindon Bird Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh's Ghaz

Environment Clearances for Category ‘B’ projects have been put online with launch of new web portal and nineteen states have joined it instantly.

Quarrying could affect environment, should be regulated, say experts.

A bill which will drastically increase penalties for those violating green norms is under consultations and will be tabled in the Winter Session of Parliament.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala has conveyed its strong opposition to the recommendations by the T S R Subramanian committee report on forests and environment to the Centre.

Legal challenge of EC and CRZ clearance for Golf Course project pending; Mandrem village is a turtle nesting site, fact cannot be overlooked, says NGT; project could be category A and EC from MoEF

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Rajeev Suri Vs. Ministry of Urban Development dated 28/05/2015 regarding ban on the work of redevelopment of the existing Central Government Housing project, Kidwai Nagar (East) New Delhi, particularly, on the work of digging deep basements in course of such redevelopment on the ground that such work causes damage to the environment within the meaning of Section 2(a) of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and virtually amounts to soil mining without obtaining necessary clearances.

Permits for quarrying in ecologically sensitive areas could not be renewed without prior environmental clearance, an affidavit filed by the State government in the Kerala High Court has said.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of Tony Thomas Vs The Principal Secretary State of Kerala Department of Environment and Climate Change Secretariat dated 20/05/2015 regarding mining and quarrying of minor minerals for construction activities in Kerala.

“Ensure meat shops are properly regulated”