Bangladesh can slash greenhouse gas emissions by around 22 per cent by 2020 through introducing a variety of clean technologies that would cost less than $10 per tonne of carbon-dioxide equivalent,
There is no let up in deaths of children on account of measles, as three more children became victim of the disease raising the death toll to 43 in the province of Punjab as per official figures.
The number of swamp deer has increased in the Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve (SWR) this year, officials said.
Ahmedabad has become the first city in South Asia to come up with a Heat Action Plan (HAP), informing citizens about extreme climates in the near future and the necessary steps to tackle it.
As India gears up to provide food security cover to 67% of its population, a report compiled by Global Development Network says that the challenges to food security and rural livelihood is fast gro
Due to excessive extraction of groundwater to meet the demands of city dwellers, level of the groundwater in the capital is depleting by two to three metres every year.
Businesses that allow indoor smoking have 19 times higher levels of polluted air compared to that of places where inside smoking is banned, a study report said.
Every 9th citizen is suffering from liver diseases, putting the number of patients at 1.2 million with 300,000 of them are in a dire need of liver transplant.
Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) has started construction work on Darawat dam and Nai Gaj dam in Sindh province.
Progress on solid waste management in Sri Lanka is not satisfactory and measures are needed for an effective management of solid waste, the Chairman of the Central Environmental Authority (CEA) Wim
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