“Just two hours of disturbance”: Ugly truths and uncomfortable questions post Chhat celebrations in Kolkata lake
Miyawaki afforestation catching on in Indian cities, but can it sustain?
Flamingos in the city: Sabarmati project brings winged visitors to Ahmedabad
Meet the guardian angel of Mumbai’s defence against climate change
Why Mumbai needs parks more than parking lots for its 32 lakh cars
In waterless, powerless Bhubaneswar, green is a thing of the past (PHOTOS)
Bye, bye birdie: A bird sanctuary could disappear as Pune metro speeds ahead
Infrastructure and environment battle it out in the maximum city
In Himachal, effective forest management could make cities more resilient too
Five killer diseases that stalk you in the city… and how you can keep them at bay
Delhi’s Qutb Minar has competition … from tower of garbage!
46 percent of municipal solid waste generated in the capital is left unprocessed. Landfill sites are filled beyond capacity, with the height of Ghazipur dump now just eight metres less than that of the national monument. A parliamentary panel has taken strong exception to the inaction of the environment ministry and the Delhi government.