Residents of Malpur-Sandholi form ‘Paryavarn Sangharsh Samiti’ to take action on
The core question India needs to address: how to reduce the generation of waste in an economy, which thrives on spiraling consumption and production
India generates over 150,000 tonnes of municipal solid waste (MSW) per day. According to the World
What is an open dumping yard in reality is – on paper – an ‘integrated solid waste management facility’ for which a local authority has received clearance from the environment ministry.
Globally, environmental racism has been about the trash of over-consuming rich countries finding its
Press Note 9th July 2018: Illegal Dumping of solid waste by Municipal Council in front of homes: Gujjar families appeal to SDM for immediate action. Gross violation of Environment Protection Act: Environment group, Himdhara Will issue immediate notice: SDM, Nalagarh
In Kenduwal village, Sandholi Panchayat, a dumping ground has been created since 2 years
As the state’s situation worsens, the only two choices in front of the Himachali people will
March 21, 2018
Smt Manisha Nanda Addl. Chief Secy. cum Principal Secy. to the Chief Minister (Environment Science
The migration of poor, homeless people in distress from faraway rural areas to upcoming urban and sub-urban
“Himachal has dirty air too” Online Petition launched on World Environment Day.