WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY
Is India serious about phasing out all single-use plastic by 2022?
Senior environment ministry officials pointed out that there was no requirement for a ban.
India gifts solar panels to UN, one each for 193 member states
The solar panels, which are valued about a million dollars and gifted to all t...
World Environment Day: 6 steps to save the planet
The time to make light of climate change is past us. According to the UN green panel we hav...
We are the solution to the pollution: Babul Supriyo on World Environment Day
As the nation celebrates World Environment Day today, the Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Babul Supriyo came o...
World Environment Day: 6 ways to help save environment and money
With World Environment Day being celebrated this week, here are 6 eco-friendly measures that can save you money.
Healthy snacks pip biscuits in health ministry
Walnuts and almonds provide healthy fats, fibre, vitamins, minerals and are excellent sources of antioxidants.
#BeatAirPollution: Ahead of World Environment Day, Akshay Kumar's 'Hawa Aane De' goes viral
Swanand Kirkire has penned the song which has been composed by Shantanu Mukherjee.
Just how bad is India's plastic problem?
The plastic processing industry is estimated to grow to 22 MT per year by 2020, as per a FICCI study.
BS-VI emission norms to be implemented from next year: Prakash Javadekar
Javadekar also hailed Modi government for its work towards completing peripheral road around Delhi which has reduced entry of trucks in the capital city and helped in reducing pollution.
NCR's 'poor' air quality days down by 50%: Prakash Javadekar
Urging everyone to come together to solve the issue of air pollution, the Minister said: "Wearing a mask alone would not help. We need to change our behaviour."
Spiritual leaders attend Indu Jain’s book launch, give green push
The book is a continuation of Ms Jain’s previous work ‘Encyclopedia of Indian Saints and Sages’ which was co-written with the author N K Prasad and was launched in 2012.
11,000 kg garbage, four dead bodies removed from Mt Everest in two-month long cleanliness drive
A total of 11,000 kg garbage and four dead bodies were removed from the Mount Everest during a two-month long cleanliness drive conducted by the Nepal government on the world's highest mountain.
Ganga will be cleaned in two years: Union Jal Shakti Minister
Gajendra Singh Shekhawat said the government's efforts alone would not be enough and sought people's participation for the rejuvenation and conservation of the Ganga.
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