Third Phase of Science Express Biodiversity Special (SEBS) was flagged off from Safdarjung Railway Station in New Delhi.
The Supreme Court on 23 July 2013 permitted Uttar Pradesh government to cut 697 trees spread across four hectares of protected forests in TTZ
Typhoon Matmo struck east of Taiwan on 22 July 2014. Matmo, with a wind gust of 173 kilometres per hour.....
Nagoya Protocol, in the third week of July 2014, received the 50th instrument of ratification.
Australia's Senate on 17 July 2014 voted to repeal the carbon tax. The Australian Senate voted by 39 to 32 votes to repeal the tax.
Typhoon Rammasun smashed Philippines on 15 July 2014 and killed at least five people.
Meteorologists of the US has upgraded Storm Arthur to a hurricane as it churn off the North Carolina coast on the eve of Independence Day.
MoEF has approved proposal of Maharashtra Government to notify Bor Wildlife Sanctuary as 47th Tiger Reserve of India and sixth of the state.
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) on 24 June 2014 released a report titled The Environment Crime Crisis
Tsunami warning was issued in Alaska after an earthquake measuring 8 on Richter scale struck off coast Alaska.
GHNPCA inscribed in the World Heritage List by the World Heritage Committee in Doha.
367 exotic new species were discovered in the greater Mekong region
Barack Obama on 17 June 2014 announced the plans of creating the world’s biggest Marine Protected Area (MPA) in Pacific Ocean.
Japan killed 30 Minke whales during April-June 2014 whaling season as part of its research hunts in the north-west Pacific Ocean.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature released the Red List of Threatened Species
Tropical cyclone Nanauk emerged in east-central Arabian Sea on 11 June 2014.
Union Ministry of Environment and Forest launched the online environment clearances for industrial and infrastructure projects.
US President Barack Obama on 2 June 2014 announced new rules to cut carbon pollution from existing Power plants by 30% till 2030.
TERI Environmental Survey 2014 claimed for maximum urban population climate has worsened.
Rhino Indexing System, a DNA-based forensic tool named RhODIS to be used by Assam government to investigate and prosecute suspects of rhino poaching.
Oxfam released the report titled Standing on the Sidelines on 20 May 2014.
After 25 years, Olive Ridley Conservation Programme was resumed on 23 May 2014 in Tamil Nadu by Wildlife wing of the Forest Department.
Revised norms of NCR Planning Board on 14 May 2014 restricted tourism in green zones in NCR.
The US Climate Prediction Center updated that the chances of El Nino developing will exceed from 50 percent to 65 percent.
Species of dancing frogs discovered in the Western Ghats of southern India. The name was derived due to unusual kicks that they use to attract the mates.
A new species of brownish pit viper (snake) named Himalayanus was discovered by the Chinese scientists.
Scientists claimed that increased level of CO2 emissions will affect nutrient content in some of the world’s staple food items like Wheat and Rice.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on 29 April 2014 prohibited dumping of sewage and waste materials at wetlands.
India’s lone gorilla, Polo died in Mysore zoo due to respiratory infection and age related ailments. It was gifted by Ireland’s Dublin Zoo.
Neighbourhood Trees Campaign launched on International Earth Day by the India Biodiversity Portal.