आदमपुर कचरा खंती की आग बारिश तक नहीं बुझेगी
भोपाल की नई लैंडफील एरिया में फिर लगी आग को बुझाने वाले निगम कर्मियों का दावा
Daily Court Digest: Major environment orders (August 26, 2019)
Down To Earth brings you the top environmental cases heard in the Supreme Court, the high courts and the National Green Tribunal
Imphal struggles to handle its waste
After a seven-month-long protest, the city’s municipal corporation reached a solution which too isn’t permanent
Swachh Survekshan 2019 throws up contradictions
Indore, Ambikapur and Mysuru win the top spots in Surveskhan 2019
How Delhi’s waste-to-energy plants are way off the mark
The recent uproar against the Okhla plant highlights how none of three in the Capital is effectively doing what they are supposed to
Is Swachh Bharat Mission ensuring waste segregation systems?
Segregation is still not being followed in its true spirit across India due to the lack of adequate end-to-end infrastructure for waste …
Swachh Bharat Mission will achieve ODF target much before October 2019, but...
The country needs both financial and administrative attention towards ensuring effective management and disposal of solid and liquid waste
Study finds increased concentration of black carbon in Gangotri region during tourist seasons
A study finds remarkable increase in concentration of black carbon in the atmosphere near the pilgrim town of Gangotri in Uttarakhand during two …
Tough problems need tough solutions
In spite of all the noise about air pollution, we are doing everything to make it worse
Pune’s draft bye-laws threaten existing model of plastic waste management
The bye-laws not only threaten the existing SWaCH model but also lacks clarity on guidelines for extended producer responsibility
Swachh Survekshan 2017: Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh among cleanest states; UP at bottom
Indore, Bhopal, Surat and Vadodara are among the top 10 cleanest cities in India
Australian communities are fighting food waste with circular economies
Australians send about 4 million tonnes of food waste to landfill each year – but what if we could use it for other purposes?
कचरे के पहाड़ ने बदल दी एक नदी की दिशा
भोपाल में भानपुरा खंती पर बना कचरे का पहाड़ धीरे-धीरे खिसक रहा नदी की ओर
कूड़े-कचरे की डंपिंग से पहाड़ों पर त्रासदी को न्यौता
जैसे-जैसे संवेदनशील जगहों पर जोखिम के खेल खेलने का चलन बढ़ रहा है, वैसे-वैसे इन ग्लेशियर्स और ऊंची चोटियों पर कचरे की मौजूदगी और ...
सुलग रही है भोपाल की लैंडफिल साइट, कई इलाकों में फैला जहरीला धुआं
प्रदूषण का स्तर तीन गुणा अधिक बढ़ने के कारण आसपास की कॉलोनियों और गांवों में लोगों का जीना मुहाल हो गया है
Absence of guidelines leaves organic waste management at the mercy of entrepreneurs
Government must identify this line before more instant composters churn out ash
Simply put: Fear of epidemic creeps in Allahabad after Kumbh
Trash-fired power plants wasted in India
Controversy mars India's ambitious target of generating 800 MW of energy by burning waste. Ironically, the country does not even generate …
Rewind 2018: How India dealt with its waste
India has policies to deal with all kinds of waste but implementation is weak and not monitored effectively
To authorities, it's smelly and you know it, still you don't act on it
India has been dragging its feet over abating odour pollution. Does it lack in infrastructure, or will?
In these temples, offerings do not go waste
They are carefully segregated and processed to create nutrient-rich organic manure
By-laws for solid waste management in Delhi were finally notified. What next?
The by-laws have remarkable provisions, which if implemented properly, should lead to transformational changes
Pick the no waste option
The Kerala government popularises a model that minimises the creation of waste
Chennai’s soil, Delhi’s air most contaminated due to high PCB concentration: study
Informal recycling of e-waste, open burning of solid waste, combustion of coal and ship-breaking activities cause PCB contamination
Mr Modi, how about including garbage in your sanitation deadline?
India is the sixth largest garbage generating country, but has made provision to treat only 12.5 per cent of it