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Excess nutrient inputs and climate change are two of multiple stressors affecting many lakes worldwide. Lake Vansjø in southern Norway is one such eutrophic lake impacted by blooms of toxic blue-green



This move makes New Delhi the first city in the country to switch from BS-IV grade fuels to BS-VI (equivalent to fuel meeting Euro-VI emission norms).

With an aim to combat the rising levels of air



NAGPUR: Nineteen out of 48 industries surveyed in Vidarbha have been given 5-star rating for being ‘least polluting’ while two have got 1-star for being the ‘most polluting’. Industries of the region have



NEW DELHI: It may take Delhi a while before it becomes a climate-friendly city, as envisioned by the Delhi government in its latest budget. In spite of a solar policy, which was hailed by energy experts,



The SGPC introduced eco-friendly compostable carry bags at Golden Temple from Sunday. This initiative has been taken in collaboration with the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB).

SGPC chief secretary



It’s a game of snakes and ladders but every ladder signifies a good habit and every snake bite is synonymous with an unhealthy habit, all related to the deadly disease of encephalitis. Sample this: the



Renewable energy firm Avaada Power is in talks with various states governments to set up floating solar projects and expects some large tenders to be floated in the next two months, a top company official



T.N., Maharashtra among better performing States

According to information provided by the Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Anupriya Patel, in a written reply to the Rajya Sabha



NGOs discuss role of corporates in causing impact on environment

Representatives of 10 non-governmental organisations discussed the role played by huge industrial and corporate entities in causing an


Household air pollution (HAP) is the eighth leading risk factor for global disease burden, contributing to 2.9 million yearly premature deaths. Nearly 80% of the sub-Saharan population and about 90