Blue Flag Certification and its Implications on Environment due to Tourism

The Blue Flag Programme for beaches, marinas and tourism boats is run by the international, non-governmental, non-profit organisation called FEE (the Foundation for Environmental Education), Denmark. The Blue Flag Programme was introduced in France in 1985 and by

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Unrepairable damage to ecosystem; Assam Oil Leak

On May 27, 2020, a sudden and uncontrolled blowout of natural gas occurred at Baghjan oil field well no. 5 operated by Oil India Limited near Baghjan Village in Assam. The situation further worsened on June 9, 2020,

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Victims of Climate Change-Indus Valley Civilization

 Indus valley civilization is a widely reviewed textbook topic which has enthralled students and scholars alike since it’s discovery. The first modern accounts of the ruins of the Indus civilisation are those of Charles Masson, a deserter from the East India Company’s army.

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How justice is being served under National Green Tribunal Act 2010

World environment day is observed on 5th June every year, with the intention of raising awareness on issues pertaining to environment. It is celebrated with much publicity by imminent leaders and other public figures by indulging in activities

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