One of the notable details of Monday's landmark ruling to ban the use of some neonicotinoid pesticides across the European Union was Germany's vote in favour.
Fewer European countries could face fines for breaching air pollution limits after recession slowed industrial activity and limits on sulfur emissions kicked in.
The Aland archipelago, part-way between Finland and Sweden, is the wind-swept setting for a legal spat over green energy subsidies with implications for the European Union as a whole.
The Arctic needs to be better protected from a rush for natural resources as melting ice makes mineral and energy exploration easier, the United Nations' Environment Programme (UNEP) said.
The government of Finland has said it has withdrawn its support for the proposed waste processing centre, which was to be established in Dangraha, Morang.
A draft document by the Arctic Council fails to define liability for accidents in an icy region opening up due to global warming
Germany and six other EU nations hold the key to the decision on a rescue plan for the world's biggest carbon market after prices slumped due to record oversupply, three EU officials with knowledge
India ranked 40th among 50 economies in the world in terms of “dynamism” and 5th in terms of economics and growth according to Grant Thornton’s Global Dynamism Index (GDI) 2012.
India has been ranked a lowly 40th among 50 economies in the world in terms of “dynamism”. Singapore topped the list, which was compiled by assurance, tax and advisory firm Grant Thornton.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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