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Greenpeace hosts bike-a-thon on World Environment Day

06 June, 2013

New Delhi, June 5 (RDI IBNS): On World Environment Day on Wednesday, Delhi residents came together to claim their right to clean and sustainable energy and demand the Delhi government to "Switch on the Sun".
NGO publishes study on toxic chemicals

06 June, 2013

Bhopal, June 5 (RDI IBNS) On the occasion of World Environment Day, the Sambhavna Trust clinic, an NGO that provides free medical care to the survivors of the Union Carbide disaster in Bhopal, published a study on the presence of cancer and other disease causing chemicals in products that people use daily.
Kolkata environment worsened in 5 years: TERI

04 June, 2013

Kolkata, June 3 (RDI IBNS): The environment in Kolkata has worsened in the last five years, said a latest survey.
Tata Chemicals celebrates World Environment Day

04 June, 2013

Kolkata, June 3 (RDI IBNS) In order to commemorate the World Environment Day, Tata Chemicals has undertaken various initiatives involving the company's manufacturing plants at Mithapur, Babrala and Haldia as well as other office locations.
Monsoon rains hit Kerala

02 June, 2013

Thiruvananthapuram, June 1 (RDI IBNS) Giving relief to people across Kerala, the southwest monsoon arrived in the south Indian state on Saturday.
UN reports jellyfish ‘blooms’ may endanger fish stocks

01 June, 2013

New York, May 31 (RDI IBNS): Surges in jellyfish populations due to overfishing may be one of the reasons behind the drop in fish stocks observed in the Mediterranean and Black Sea, according to a new United Nations report which argues for including jellyfish in fisheries management.
West Bengal: Three elephants die of train collision

01 June, 2013

Siliguri, May 30 (RDI IBNS) Three elephants were killed and one was seriously wounded when they were run over by a passenger train in West Bengal's Dooors area on Thursday, police and wildlife officials said.
Himalayan Club discusses environmental issues

29 May, 2013

Kolkata, May 27 (RDI IBNS): A congregation organized by the Himalayan Club, Kolkata section, Saturday said that the average temperature in Kolkata for the month of May in year 2050 is predicted to be 57C.
Himalayan Club discusses environmental issues

28 May, 2013

Kolkata, May 27 (RDI IBNS): A congregation organized by the Himalayan Club, Kolkata section, Saturday said that the average temperature in Kolkata for the month of May in year 2050 is predicted to be 57C.
UN bats for 'water secure world'

24 May, 2013

New York, May 23 (RDI IBNS) Unless greater efforts are made to reverse current trends, the world will run out of freshwater, the United Nations said on Wednesday marking the International Day for Biological Diversity and urging stronger scientific alliances to understand and protect natural resources.
Assam observes Int'l Biological Diversity day

23 May, 2013

Guwahati, May 22 (RDI IBNS): The Assam State Biodiversity Board and the Assam Forest Department jointly organised a function to mark the International Day for Biological Diversity at Hotel Brahmaputra Ashok in Guwahati on Wednesday.
Maharashtra: Greenpeace calls for priority access of water

23 May, 2013

Amravati, May 22 (RDI IBNS): Environmental organization Greenpeace activists unfurled a 250-feet banner on the upper Wardha dam at Morshi taluka in Amravati with a slogan, "Water for Farmers not Power Plants" to raise an alarm on the massive diversion of water away from irrigation to water guzzling coal fired power plants.
Countries submit action plans to combat trade in elephant ivory

19 May, 2013

New York, May 18 (RDI IBNS): Eight countries identified as being the most affected by the illegal trade in elephant ivory have submitted national action plans to the United Nations-backed treaty for the conservation of endangered species containing measures to combat the scourge.
UN: Experts weigh strategies to halt climate change

18 May, 2013

New York, May 17 (RDI IBNS): With dire warnings likely to match or exceed the worst fears about the effects of global warming, environment and development experts gathered on Thursday at United Nations Headquarters to debate the twin challenge of curbing climate change while sustaining economic growth.
Experts seek adoption of Solar power technologies

15 May, 2013

Kolkata, May 14 (RDI IBNS): Greater adoption of solar power technologies will not only reduce the growing dependence on fossil fuel, cut energy costs, create business opportunities and numerous new jobs, but will also lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions on a significant scale, said experts at a Seminar and Exhibition on Accelerating Implementation of Solar Water Heating Systems here on Tuesday.
UN seeks protection against hazardous chemical wastes

15 May, 2013

New York, May 14 (RDI IBNS): Representatives from 170 countries have adopted a series of measures to strengthen protections against hazardous chemicals and waste during a United Nations conference in Geneva.
UN urges coordinated response to CO2 'danger zone'

15 May, 2013

New York, May 14 (RDI IBNS): In the face of "clear and present danger," the United Nations climate change body is warning that a stepped-up coordinated response is needed to fend off the impacts of climate change after the world's carbon-dioxide concentrations surpassed their highest level in 4 million years.
Sukhdev Vihar joins Greenpeace’s call for Delhi solar power

14 May, 2013

New Delhi, May 12 (RDI IBNS): To provide a solution to the intensifying energy crisis in Delhi and generate people’s support for solar energy, environmental group Greenpeace on Sunday organised “Switch on the Sun”, a renewable energy community fair in association with the Sukhdev Vihar (Pocket B) Residents Welfare Association.
UN seeks protection of habitats on Migratory Bird Day

12 May, 2013

New York, May 12 (RDI IBNS): As an estimated 50 billion birds commence their annual migrations, the critical staging areas they need to complete these journeys continue to be degraded or are disappearing completely, the United Nations Saturday warned on this year's World Migratory Bird Day.
Two dehorned rhino carcasses found in Kaziranga

12 May, 2013

Guwahati, May 11 (RDI IBNS): Two bullet hit carcasses of one-honed rhinoceros were found in Assam's Kaziranga National Park (KNP) on Saturday, officials said.

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