The new Indian law requires the five Indian firms that produce HCFC-22 to capture and burn HFC-23 and eliminate its release into the atmosphere.
Swayam Shikshan Prayog, a Maharashtra-based non-profit, is helping women become clean energy pioneers, in an initiative that has earned them a UN climate award.
India has proposed key changes in an international deal to restrain aviation emissions so that measures by International Civil Aviation Organisation are in line with the Paris pact on climate change
India’s rush to add solar power is being aided largely by a manufacturing overcapacity in China, driving down costs of photovoltaic cells and other equipment.
The National Green Tribunal has asked for an accounting of the amount of waste-water released into the Kolkata wetlands, raising a glimmer of hope for the unique ecosystem struggling for survival in the backyard of India’s eastern metropolis.
The 60 million people visiting Ujjain for the Kumbh Mela were not bothered about the dying Shipra and efforts to rejuvenate the holy river. What mattered was the pilgrimage that carried the promise of salvation. The Kumbh Mela is a celebration of water. Millions gather at the banks […]
An agreement to protect the ozone layer is being seen as a major new development.
Temperature impacts on worker productivity may be more pronounced and widespread in sectors such as agriculture because exposure may be higher and adaptation possibilities more limited.
Indian cities dominate the list of the world’s most polluted, new data from the WHO reveals, with cities in Pakistan and Bangladesh catching up fast.
Retaining rainwater through small check dams and farm embankments will assuage Bundelkhand’s thirst far better than a grand river linking scheme based on wrong assumption about water availability.