Environment ministry notifies regulations for RO manufacturers
Hydropower is not fit for climate finance according to 300 organisations worldwide
World Bank will provide $250 million for dam safety in India
Centre to allocate Rs 8,216.25 crore for four north-western states and UTs under Jal Jeevan Mission
Green panel clears Central Vista projects
In the aftermath of the Chamoli disaster of 2021, the spotlight turned to the area’s proliferating development that made it particularly vulnerable to disasters.
Tap water supply to government schools and anganwadis in a grim state: Panel report
Proliferation of hydropower development in the Himalayas is leading to extensive land use changes in the river valleys and threatening the diverse and fragile Himalayan ecosystems leading to deforestation, fragmentation, soil erosion and loss of forest biodiversity. These are a cause for serious concern for local communities, whose lives and livelihoods depend on these forests.