In the run-up to COP 26, International Forum for Environment, Sustainability & Technology (iFOREST), the Delhi-based environmental organization, launched India’s first ‘Just Transition’ Centre at a virtual event on Ju
Draft rules call for 100 percent utilisation of fly ash in three to five years
UN report reminds the world to tackle climate change immediately
Earth Hour is observed on the last Saturday of March each year in almost all countries to raise people’s awareness of natural disasters due
Water is a basic resource for food and fuelwood production. In general, people in rural areas of India consume carbohydrate-rich staples with small amounts of animal foods. They mostly depend upon fuelwood for cooking.
With increased urbanisation, India is experiencing acute air pollution in its urban centres.
Two more wetlands added to Ramsar sites
There is a disquieting hush across the world as the linkage between the planet’s health and human well-being became pronounced during the times of the pandemic. The deepening socio-economic and ecological crises caused by patterns of production and consumption are being increasingly recognised.
Panel expresses displeasure over slow pace of Namami Gange
Locals say impact assessment report does not accurately represent the real impact of Luhri II hydropower project