New Delhi, March 21
With the annual ‘Earth Hour’ just two days away, Delhiites appear all set for the global event that celebrates green activism and curb climate change.“I strongly feel for the initiative as...
Washington, March 12
A combination of extreme cold temperatures, man-made chemicals and a stagnant atmosphere caused a significant hole in the Arctic ozone layer in 2011, NASA has found.Even when both poles of...
New Delhi, Feb. 27
Sustainability has become the catch word for India in 2012 and the 12th Five Year Plan was also launched with a focus on environmental sustainability and inclusive growth. »
Hyderabad, Feb. 9
Indian badminton player Saina Nehwal and coach Pullela Gopichand have agreed to support the Andhra Pradesh Government’s energy conservation mission.
Enthused by the volunt...
New Delhi, Jan 14
India will host the first ever global ministerial meet – 'E 50:50' – on elephants in the Capital from November 14 to 19.
The conference, expected to be attended by 50 countries that harbo...
London, Dec 14
Man-made global warming may have little effect on some common species of trees in the Amazon rainforest as they date back more than 8 million years and have survived through massive temperature fl...
Washington, Nov 19
The World Bank today warned that the Earth will be warmer by four degrees Celsius this century, causing “calamitous effects”, unless immediate action is not taken to mitigate the imminent climate...
Shillong, Oct 27
The Shillong Autumn Festival to promote tourism in the northeastern state of Meghalaya began today with people competing at the Shillong Half Marathon.
Leading the pack in the marathon, C...
Kochi, April 22
A campaign, ‘Go Green Stay, CE Alive’, jointly conducted by the Kerala Forestry Department and the Department of Agriculture and executed by CE News, a leading online media publication was inaugur...
Gandhinagar, March 19
At a time when neighbouring Maharashtra is facing the worst drought in 40 years, Gujarat is gearing up to conserve water on a war-footing: About five lakh people will gather in Rajkot district on...
March 7, 2013
Tourism and real estate interests are on the rampage, creating both food and water scarcity.
New Delhi, Feb 12
Nearly two months after retiring as the Chairman of Tata Group, Ratan Tata is taking up a new role by joining hands with global leaders, including former Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin and WT...
Hyderabad, Feb. 5
Experts predict climate change will lead to significant turnover of bird species in Asia, including India, leading to either colonisation in new areas or may even result in their b...
Thiruvananthapuram, Dec 21
The Kerala Assembly has adopted a substantive motion voicing concern over several recommendations of the Madhav Gadgil panel on Western Ghats conservation and wants the Centre to hold wider consul...
London, Dec 12
A US scientist has offered a radical solution to global warming by suggesting that we could refreeze the Arctic using a few modified jets.
David Keith, professor of applied physics at Har...
New Delhi, Nov. 16
Myanmar’s pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday called for the need to protect natural resources from the adverse impact of urbanisation.
During her visit to T...
Mumbai, Oct 24
Maharashtra government plans to formulate a new social forestry policy which will be implemented in non-forest areas of the state to increase green cover.
“In Maharashtra, the forest land...