Filter by Dates

 

Filter by Content Types

Regulators Programme

Best Practices in Environmental Governance October 9-20, 2012

October 9-20, 2012 //If using image buttons as controls, Set image buttons' image preload here true //(use false for no preloading and for when using no image buttons as controls): var preload_ctrl_images=true; //And configure the image buttons' images here: var previmg='left.gif'; var stopimg='stop.gif'; var playimg='play.gif'; var nextimg='right.gif'; var slides=[]; //FIRST SLIDESHOW //configure the below images and descriptions to your own.

Environmental Governance in China

Industrialisation in China and India started almost at the same time. But the rate of industrialisation in China was and is much higher than India because of their former policy ‘grow first, clean later.’  Nevertheless, our neighbours started cleaning up operation in the late twentieth century and have been aggressive in their approach towards environmental cleaning. They strengthened their environmental force, provided legal provisions to punish non-complying industries and devised innovative regulatory instruments.

River and lake pollution - Strategies for conservation

September 24-28, 2012 //If using image buttons as controls, Set image buttons' image preload here true //(use false for no preloading and for when using no image buttons as controls): var preload_ctrl_images=true; //And configure the image buttons' images here: var previmg='left.gif'; var stopimg='stop.gif'; var playimg='play.gif'; var nextimg='right.gif'; var slides=[]; //FIRST SLIDESHOW //configure the below images and descriptions to your own.

Pollution board scraps two top posts

Kochi, October 5: Dealing a severe blow to pollution control activities in the Ernakulam region, comprising four districts, the Kerala State Pollution Control Board has decided to do away with its crucial top posts of Chief Environmental Engineer (CEE) and Chief Environmental Scientist (CES). Read More

KSPCB chief skeptical of BBMP's dry waste plan

Bangalore, October 4: Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a function at the KSPCB office, Acharya, however, hailed the Palike for undertaking the Herculean task of educating the masses on segregation of garbage at source, its implementation and scientific disposal of waste.

Ganeshotsav 2012: Noise reports will be sent to police

Mumbai, Oct 3: Following the furore over the noise pollution levels recorded during this year’s Ganapati festival, the environment department will send all reports to the police with recommendations for strong action against violators.Following the furore over the noise pollution levels recorded during this year’s Ganapati festival, the environment department will send all reports to the police with recommendations for strong action against violators.