Nellore District

India's first river interlinking project inuagurated

Cabinet committee clears three hydel projects in North-East

MoEF revalidates POSCO's clearance

Environment ministry revalidates environmental clearance of POSCO's steel project in Odisha, though a major hurdle of National Green Tribunal's decision on the project, lies ahead.

Finally Vedanta gets defeated

Kejriwal frees water in Delhi

New division dedicated to only Himalayas created

MoEF has formed a separate unit to deal with policy matters related to conservation and development in the Himalayan region. The new division was formally announced in 2011 but became active following the Uttarakhand flash floods.

Authorities plan to revive 21 lakes in Tiruvallur and Kancheepuram districts

Mandate green clearance for small hydel projects, demand experts

Owing to the severe impacts the small hydel projects have on communities and ecosystems, 47 experts and organisations across the country write to MoEF for including these projects under the purview of EIA Notification 2006.

UP govt plans to recharge died rivulets 

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

India to map aquifers using choppers

Ministry of Water Resources starts Rs. 41 crore pilot project that is going to utilise the aerial geophysical techniques to find clean and safe drinking water. 

UN tags Odisha's disaster management as a landmark success story

This report examines the various methods of point-of-use water treatment options available, their pros and cons, and their suitability for South India.

Point of use household water treatment is the process of treating water at the household level to improve its microbiological purity. In cases where treated municipal water is not available, or is subject to recontamination due to a faulty distribution system, household water treatment is essential and allows families control over their drinking water. 

The objectives of the report as as follows:





Vikrama Simhapuri UniversityOrganizer: Vikrama Simhapuri University

Venue: Seminar Hall, Vikrama Simhapuri University, Nellore


  • Climate change: Green house effect, health problems, eco-agro cultural changes, costal ecosystem and pollution control
July 16, 2011 12:00AM - July 17, 2011 12:00AM




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