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Wednesday, October 04, 2017

RAISING WALL HEIGHT AT IGIA CANíT REDUCE NOISE: IIT TO NGT
The Pioneer

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has told the National Green Tribunal (NGT) that raising the height of the peripheral wall around the IGI airport here may not result in reducing noise pollution emanating from aircraft. The IIT experts told more....

Frame tough norms against polluting poultry farms: NGT
The Times of India

Aurangabad: A total of 656 poultry farms and hatcheries in the state that are being run with the consent of the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) will now have to follow stricter norms and take every precaution to ensure that they are not ca more....

Come Deepavali, Itís the Explosion of Hot Air Around Pollution That Hurts Us More
The Wire

The monsoon season is making its way out across the Indian sub-continent. The fields are green and lush, the dust has settled, the air is clean (somewhat) at the end of the wet season. Collectively, we have a short-term memory; we forget that less t more....

Yamuna pollution: Religious rites cannot clash with our ecological responsibilities
The Hindustan Times

In what has become a sad annual feature, the Yamuna is once again in a terrible state as a result of the immersion after the Durga puja festivities. There more than 200 puja pandals in Delhi and in spite of the guidelines issued by the National Green more....

Hereís why dead fish, marine animals are washing up Maharashtra shores
The Hindustan Times

Fish and other marine life have been washing up on the countryís west coast for the past three days, leaving marine biologists baffled. ReefWatch Marine Conservation, a nature conservancy group, said they have reports of fish, crabs and shrimp getti more....

NGT asks Delhi Government to submit status report on Yamuna post idol immersion
Mirror Now

The National Green Tribunal has directed the Delhi government to submit a status report on the condition of river Yamuna post immersion of Ganesh and Durga idols. A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar said a detailed affidavit en more....

Hyderabad water bodies pollute after Durga idol immersions
Outlook

Hyderabad (Telangana) [India] Oct 03 : The Durga idol immersions are causing water pollution and spoiling the water bodies all over the city, said the officials on Tuesday. Talking to , Hyderabad Deputy Mayor Baba Fasi Uddin said GHMC and HMDA have more....

Wildlife crime bureau ties up with OLX to deter online trade of animal parts
The Hindustan Times

The Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) has tied up with online marketplace OLX for an awareness campaign against trade of wildlife parts. The campaign is part of the WCCBís exercise to mark Wildlife Week which began Monday. Banners created by WCCB more....

EU to commit some $1 billion to better protect marine life
New Delhi Times

The European Union and its private sector will commit about 1 billion euros ($1.18 billion) to better protect marine life during the global Our Ocean conference this week. EU Environment Commissioner Karmenu Vella told the Associated Press that figu more....

Groundwater levels sinking but Gurugram does nothing to stop extraction
The Times of India

GURUGRAM: Illegal extraction of groundwater continues and private water tanker mafia thrives in the city even as its groundwater levels continue to plunge at an alarming rate. In fact, Gurgaon's groundwater fell 16 metres in 10 years to 34.84 metres more....

WWF-India launches environment-education portal
India Today

Kolkata, Oct 3 (PTI) WWF-India, in partnership with Capgemini, has launched One Planet Academy, the first environment education portal for students and teachers in India. The website focuses on various environmental themes and is a digital hub for s more....

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