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Water Pollution Threatens Nearly All Globally Agreed Development Goals

Water pollution threatens nearly all the globally agreed development goals to end environmental destruction, poverty and suffering by 2030, economists warned in a report...

Cambodia’s Government To Shut Down A Chinese-Owned Hotel, Suspect To Water Pollution

An environmental watchdog on Thursday called on Cambodia’s government to shut down a Chinese-owned hotel and casino for pouring raw sewage into the sea...

Swiss Researchers’ Envirobot Slithers through Waterways to Detect Pollution and Toxins

Envirobot, the latest biomimetic fabrication by Swiss researchers, appears as a water snake Its job when fully developed will be to guard water...

The Popular Recycled Wastewater Treatment Plants Get a Go Signal in India

Delhi to get India's first ever recycle wastewater treatment plant, after it became significantly popular in Singapore and Orange County Sujala Dhara plant...

India Among 5 Countries Cultivating Raw Wastewater For Irrigation

The global use of untreated wastewater from cities to irrigate crops downstream is 50 per cent more widespread than previously thought The study...

Lao Government Orders Factory to Stop Recycling Spent Beer Malt over Pollution Concerns

Laos, October 15, 2016: The Lao government ordered a factory in the capital Vientiane that recycles 80 tons of spent beer malt a day...

Kolkata observes Idol Immersion ceremony as Durga Puja ends, amidst Tight Security

Kolkata, October 13, 2016: Durga Puja in Bengal was over and idol immersion continued in full swing on Thursday after a day's pause on...

Medak in Telangana: Lakes and Rivers now polluted with Antibiotics

Medak- a district of about 2.5 million has become one of the world's largest suppliers of cheap drugs The scientists have been publishing...

Thousands Of Dead Fish at Subramaniaswamy Temple Tank in Tamil Nadu

Madurai, Sept 09, 2016: Thousands of fish found dead at the Saravana Poigai, the temple tank of Subramaniaswamy Temple at Tirupparankundram in  Madurai on...

323 Million at Risk of Deadly Diseases from Dirty Water in Asia, Africa and Latin America, says UN Environment Program

LONDON, September 2, 2016: More than 300 million people in Asia, Africa, and Latin America are at risk of life-threatening diseases like cholera and typhoid...

Chennai floods: Wake up call for water bodies revival

The disastrous floods in Chennai is a reminder to people of the havoc that may be caused as a result of diminishing water bodies...

Post Ganesha Chaturthi: Delving on eco-friendly alternatives

By Ila Garg Every year, Ganesha Chaturthi is celebrated across the nation with great pomp and show. It is a 10-day festival that Hindus celebrate...

Human hair holds the key to solving water pollution

By NewsGram Staff Writer We all have heard of incidents of oil spills devastating oceans and marine life. All efforts at addressing the such malicious...

Legislation to change water usage under works, says Uma Bharti

By NewsGram Staff Writer The government, may soon, consider bringing a legislation to restrict the usage of river water and ground water for drinking purpose...

Water conservation: Lessons India can learn from California and St Kitts

By Gaurav Sharma With an exploding population, more water is being used up in agricultural activities than ever before. The rapid industrialization means that water...

Death of a river: How general apathy has killed Yamuna

By Shilpika Srivastava National Green Tribunal (NGT) has asked the Delhi government, Delhi Jal Board, every municipal corporation, electricity companies and all other civic authorities...

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