Move is aimed at putting pressure on developed nations
History offers clues about what food security could be like in modern times
Unable to enforce segregation of waste at source or run processing plants without citizens protesting, the city’s planners have hit upon a novel solution.
The Ministry of Power has recommended that renewable energy be given a zero-rate tax status under the Goods and Services Tax, predicting several adverse effects to the economy if there was any increas
“It is an extremely difficult job and requires manpower as well extensive processing power,” Acting Director of the IITM R. Krishnan told The Hindu.
This is the fifth big cat to die in three weeks in the Nagarahole-Bandipur range
The World Economic Forum and the the Marine Science Institute of University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), have announced a partnership to improve the health of the world’s oceans and maritime r
The decline has been blamed on human activities including hunting, mining and oil drilling
Proposed guidelines say big breeds like Great Dane cannot be kept in apartments
Almost two years after the Supreme Court voiced scepticism about the government’s self-proclaimed promise to clean up the Ganga river
Highlighting the urgency to find immediate solutions to curb air pollution rather than mull over possible solutions, the Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Environment Pollution Control Authority
Modern techniques in conservation such as captive breeding have in the past saved animal species from near-extinction
no monkey business:A hoolock gibbon, an identical species, in the Dampa rainforest in Mizoram.— FIle PHOTO
Mechanised fishing boats are dealing the turtles a mortal blow as they come to breed
Cities with heavily built-up areas and concrete structures are supposed to have higher temperatures than non-urban regions due to urban heat island effect.
India’s green bond market has witnessed many milestones, but its full potential remains untapped
Campaigners term this a ‘shameful reminder’ of the severity of the city’s crisis
Encircling the Ashalim tower are 50,000 mirrors, known as heliostats, in a shimmering blanket of glass over the desert.
Come February and Connaught Place in New Delhi will become a vehicle-free zone for three months.
Lack of clarity on funding pattern of the first ever such initiative