How come Andhra is left out of the mining loot story ? It is good for the nation if we learn to keep environmental and...
The UN environment report states that Ganga would disappear by 2030.There would be no need to train engineers or even Ganga...
A report published in the Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology suggests that babies of...
Call them the "lakers". Some 10,000 of them. Parts of the Dal (land and water) belong to them. And when they feel the need to make a floating garden or land on the lake, they simply do it. Especially since the militancy problem in the Valley began, there has been no stopping them -- neither the government nor the weeds that get entangled in the oars. What they haven't realised is that their "age-old" practices are now killing the goose that lays the golden eggs
Despite a growing economy, global carbon emissions declined by 0.5 per cent in 1998
The UK could earn up to US $1 billion in the sale of surplus emissions
The MEF draws up an ambitious plan for the management of municipal solid wastes
A ban on registration of diesel-run taxis in Mumbai is on the anvil
Thousands of people, including orphan children, face a bleak future living in the world's most polluted city
Shortage of funds may prevent developing countries from
phasing out CFCs
Scared of losing tourists due to the haze, the Malaysian
government makes air quality levels an "official secret"
More power will mean more
pollution, say participants at a recently-held seminar in Lucknow
Dioxin has been a cause for concern all over the world and it recently came into prominence after it was found in food products in Belgium. S K Wangnoo...
Guess what is bringing death and disease to the coral reefs of the world? Dust from African deserts
Australian scientists say ocean warming has increased rainfall over the Southern Ocean
Earlier thought to be plant-friendly, the bumblebee actually inhibits plant reproduction
After almost eradicating filaria from a Kerala taluka , there are no takers for a bio-environmental vector management project
A study reveals how fidgety and restless people do not gain weight even if they overeat
Humans have exposed themselves to a host of new viral diseases by playing around too much with the environment
Canadian engineers develop a no-effluent discharge technology
Environmentally-hazardous backyard smelting units swell as multinationals fail to recycle used batteries
The Dal lake is shrinking. It's waters are weed-ridden. Untreated waste finds its way into the water. People continue to "build" land on the lake area. An ambitious project to save the lake was launched in 1997, but hardly any headway has been made
A Down To Earth survey of the civil society shows that when it comes to the environment, no political party in India has anything substantive to offer. But the Indian National Congress emerges as less objectionable than the Bharatiya Janata Party
Thousands dead, an equal number injured and rendered homeless, besides a burning oil refinery will Turkey ever overcome the aftermath of this disastrous earthquake?
Australian scientists have found that life on Earth existed much earlier than previously believed
Environmental concern has never been a political issue in India. Is it appropriate to expect a change in the mindset of leaders in the forthcoming elections?
People of a village in Orissa wage a battle against mining companies to protect their lands
Belgium seems to pay little heed to the UK government's handling of the madcow disease
The fairer sex has not benefitted as much as men from socio-economic progress