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Earth – Game Over

    We’re in the middle of a sixth mass extinction, and this will be the first one—and possibly the last—we will witness as human beings.   By John Feffer, April 23, 2014       Video games usually provide you with… Continue Reading →

Press Release – National Green Tribunal halts all construction activity in Challakere Amrut Mahal Kavals

 PRESS RELEASE- Feb 26, 20144 National Green Tribunal halts all construction activity in Challakere Amrut Mahal Kavals Justice Mr. M. Chockalingam (Judicial Member) and Prof. Dr. R. Nagendran (Expert Member) constituting the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone Bench), issued a… Continue Reading →

Delhi world’s most polluted city, beats China’s Beijing: study #Enviornment

Edited by Surabhi Malik (With input from agencies) | NDTV,  Updated: January 29, 2014 12:50 IST New Delhi:  A Yale University study has found national capital Delhi the world’s most polluted city. It beats China’s Beijing, where pollution alerts prompted immediate government… Continue Reading →

Discharge from Gujarat chemical estates’ effluent treatment plants is “much higher” than norm

By  Counterview, Rajiv Shah, Monday, December 30, 2013 The latest figures released by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) suggest that the levels of industrial effluents discharge through the common effluent treatment plants (CETP) in chemical industrial estates across Gujarat… Continue Reading →

#India -Industry should return subsidies provided by Central, state govts for pollution control

  Counterview, Rajiv Shah, Monday, December 23, 2013   By Our Representative Acting on a public interest litigation (PIL) filed jointly by the top Gujarat-based environmental body, Paryavaran Suraksha Samiti (PSS), and the Farmers’ Action Group (FAG), the Supreme Court… Continue Reading →

#India – There is poison in every breath you take

Samar Halarnkar   October 23, 2013, HT Earlier this week, in the babble and bombast over Gandhi vs Modi, a seminal announcement from Lyon, France, with great — and grave — relevance to India, escaped the attention it deserved. The International… Continue Reading →

Independence Day, Gram Sabha Meeting, Goons & Chemplast Sanmar #blackday15august

  Piyush Manush, in Salem , 15/8/2012 Chemplast Sanmar has dumped huge quantities of Chemicals & Heavy Metals which is constantly polluting our drinking water source the Kaveri and has killed 500 odd wells by turning the water toxic. It… Continue Reading →

Report reveals how untreated hospital waste is endangering New Delhi

By Neetu Chandra Government hospitals in the Capital are turning a blind eye to the hazards of bio-medical waste by either casually dumping the untreated waste despite expensive incinerators installed at the hospital or outsourcing the work to private agencies…. Continue Reading →

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