Kendujhar (Keonjhar) District

Proper disposal of waste into streams and rivers, and controlling and monitoring human activities near the water sources are some ways by which pollution can be contained.

River basins in India have been found to be highly vulnerable to contamination. Recent evidence shows that a large number of water sources including rivers, lakes and surface water in India are polluted due to untreated sewage, agricultural runoff and most importantly, due to unregulated industries. This river contamination has been found to lead to a range of health hazards and an increasing risk to the population in the country.

The impact of mining on water quality

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Policy matters this week

Pollution Control Board is a story of complete failure, frustration and disaster: SC

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For further information on the organisation 'Collective for Integrated Livelihood Initiatives (CInI)', please click here.

For details on the vacancy, click here.

The Application details may be downloaded from below.

November 10, 2013 12:00AM

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Govt suggests steps for sustainable development of green projects

To minimise the environmental impacts of renewable energy projects, Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy recommends dividing the country into three zones of go-green, go slow and no-go regions for wind and solar projects.

Karnataka HC questions proposed amendment to MSW Rules, 2000

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