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India's plan to clean up the Ganga River is flawed, say experts

The Ganga needs more flow currently lost to agriculture not more sewerage plants, argue environmentalists Plan's to clean up the Ganga include; upgrading existing sewage treatment plants; improving sanitation in towns along the Ganga and ... China Dialogue, 5 days ago

Indian Govt Sets Up Committee To Review Environmental Laws; Not Everyone Is Happy With It

India's new Narendra Modi-led government is reviewing various environmental laws but the speed of the process and the cloud of secrecy around it has alarmed various environmental activists. On August 29 the Ministry of Environment, Forests and ...
 Forbes.com5 days ago

NGOs to host 'India river week' in November

A consortium of NGOs will be hosting a 'India river week' initiative in November here, during which experts will deliberate and exchange experiences and ideas towards restoration of rivers in the country. With 'Rivers in Crisis' as the theme, the ...
 Business Standard India6 days ago
Outlook India

No Speaking Tree

Modiisms On Climate Change E-Book Convenient Action Published in 2011 The real test of leadership is not only in welcoming this truth (of global warming) but also in devising, formulating and implementing a strategy that results in what I ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

MPCB for continuous river monitoring system

Study proves city rivers to be most polluted in state; experts unhappy with yet another research, claim stringent action needed instead. It's official. The rivers flowing in the city are the most polluted in the state. Maharashtra Pollution Control ...
 Pune Mirror3 weeks ago

Ken-Betwa Rivers Linking Project: A great dream with some deceit

In deep forests of Panna Tiger Reserve, a new Doudhan dam will be constructed over Ken river at the upstream of the existing 99-year-old Gangau dam. Just 20 km from the world famous Khajuraho temples in Madhya Pradesh, another monument is taking ...
 India Today1 month ago Dam in Panna Tiger Reserve: A great dream with some deceit  India Today1 month ago
Global Times

The price of indifference

A Kashmiri shopkeeper waits for customers as he sit inside a flood water logged area in Srinagar on Tuesday. Photo: AFP The massive devastation, in terms of human lives and property, caused by unusually heavy early September downpours in India's ...
 Global Times1 month ago

New NBWL is just as toothless: Activists

As experts raise concerns, lawyer of city-based petitioner who challenged MoEF's faulty wildlife board to file rejoinder on formation of new NBWL While a brand new National Board for Wildlife (NBWL) was reconstituted by the Ministry of Environment ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago

Jammu & Kashmir missing in CWC flood forecast list

The Central Water Commission (CWC), responsible for forecasting floods and issuing advisory to States, has no flood forecasts for Jammu and Kashmir, according to Himanshu Thakkar of the South Asia Network on Dams Rivers and People (SANDRP). The ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Frequent warnings about dangers of construction

More than five years ago, the J&K chapter of the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) had predicted widespread devastation due to natural disasters in the Valley. INTACH officials said the Omar Abdullah government had ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
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