The endangered Himalayan Newt found at Jaimeng wetland was categorised under the endangered species by the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.
One-day workshop for revision of action plan on climate change held in Ukhrul
During this COVID-19 lockdown, the state government allowed cultivation of crops, but farmers continue to suffer due to the unusual weather temperature and unpredictable rainfalls.
Second State Action Plan on Climate Change of Manipur revision consultation begins
Nature constant tinkering, has found some truly unique designs solutions, from the trunk of elephant to the spiny nature of a cactus.
The workshop was organised by the media working group of climate change fellowship programme under the directorate.
During this COVID-19 pandemic, no one could afford to buy water due to lack of income.
A one-day awareness and exchange programme on Preservation and Conservation of Environment and Climate Change was held at Shilheipung, Imphal East district on Sunday.
Villagers in beautiful Tousem hills of Tamenglong district in Manipur are experiencing unusually warm weather lately. Is it the climate change?
The interaction programme was held at the conference hall of the Directorate of Environment and Climate Change, on Saturday.
The online training programme was conducted with the help of 10 state trainers led by deputy director of Public Health and state nodal officer of Environmental Health, Dr Y Premchandra Singh.
The Atmanirbhar Bharat has been billed as a game changer in terms of historic and structural reforms, yet it only barely emphasises on climate change and air pollution.
Several scientists have warned that the Eastern Himalayan will be the most vulnerable due global climate crisis, therefore, it is high time for the Government and mining companies to rethink, revisit and stop the mining across the hill ranges of Manipur, the committee said.
As a part of the Van Mahotsav festival, Najma Heptulla planted a ‘Manahi’ sapling at the Raj Bhavan complex, Imphal.
Lockdowns, quarantines and border closures in the wake of the pandemic have led to reductions in air pollution through decreased travel and production.
CAU Imphal VC Premjit said that coconut trees can be successfully planted in the state both in the hill and valley.
The minister carried out an inspection of the periphery of Loktak Lake, Keibul Lamjao National Park, Sendra, ongoing projects at the vicinity and to examine the feasibility of upcoming projects in the near future.
The current trend and trajectory of developmental practices will have serious consequences for the diversity not just of the region but for the globe as a whole.
The sector must meet the environmental norms to ensure ‘our right to breathe in clean air,’ says CSE report