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More than 500 tonnes of biomedical waste generated in India per...

While the Central Pollution Control Board's 2015 report shows that 1,69,913 healthcare facilities generated approximately 495.30 tonnes of biomedical waste each day, the figure in 2016-17......Read More

India’s temp rose by 0.60 degree celsius over last 110 years

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) studies have highlighted that extreme events like heat waves have risen in the last 30 years.....

Govt increased wildlife conservation budget by 47 crores in 2017-18

This was mentioned by the Environment Minister while attending the World Wildlife Day celebrations at National Zoological Park....

Ninth phase of science express to criss cross India till September...

Science Express, redesigned as SECAS, intends to contribute towards increasing understanding of the science of climate change, the observed and anticipated impacts, and different possible response....

No time frame by govt yet for new forest policy

The union ministry for environment and forests has clarified that while it has been working on a fresh policy for forest land in India.....

“Take only as much food in the plate as you can...

Wasting food is akin to being a carbon criminal, mentioned the environment minister, Mr Anil Madhav Dave while releasing the book, ‘Low Carbon Lifestyles - Right Choices for our Planet’....

BRICS nations join hands to save environment

The BRICS countries resolved to set up a platform for innovations, knowledge sharing and capacity building including a common website.....

India to host BRICS Environment Ministers at Goa

Union Environment Minister, Mr Anil Madhav Dave is currently taking the review of the preparations that are underway at Goa to host the high profile event....

Indian agri scientists capable of meeting farmers demands: environment minister

The issues concerning climate and environment cannot be resolved only by economics but research and the mobilization of funds for that.....

India reiterates its commitment towards reduction in green house gases

The government has announced its intention to reduce emission intensity of its GDP by 33 to 35 percent from 2005 levels by 2030...