Campaigns

Central Information Commission directs MoEF& Karnataka Government to make public information on military-industrial-nuclear complex proposed at Challakere, Chitradurga Dt., Karnataka

Slams and fines Ministry for denying information and misleading public

Press Release : Bangalore : 28 October 2015

Environment Support Group filed a Public Interest Litigation in the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) questioning the decision to develop a massive nuclear-military-industrial complex in the ecologically sensitive Amrit Mahal Kaval grassland ecosystems of Challakere taluk, Chitradurga district, Karnataka arguing that the projects were proposed in comprehensive violation of land use, siting, environmental and wildlife protection laws and also in total se

Doddaullarti Karianna & Hanumantharaya
Amrit Mahal Kaval Hitarakshana Horata Samithi
Doddaullarthi, Challakere Taluk, Chitradurga District, Karnataka.
Tel: Doddaullarthi Karianna: +91-9900954664,
Hanumantharaya: +91-9901084588.
amkhs2013@gmail.com
Leo F. Saldanha & Bhargavi S. Rao
Environment Support Group
1572, 36th Cross, Ring Road
Banashankari II Stage
Bangalore 560070. INDIA
Tel: 91-80-26713559-61
Voice/Fax: 91-80-26713316
esg@esgindia.org
www.esgindia.org
Vinay Sreenivasa
Alternative Law Forum
122/4 Infantry Road, Next to Balaji Art Gallery, Bangalore 560001
Tel: +91 80 2286 8757
contact@altlawforum.org

Amrit Mahal Kaval Hitarakshana Horata Samithi presents "Beerappa's Angst" & "Beerappana Tallana"

A short documentary film on the struggle of agrarian, artisanal and pastoral communities to save grassland ecosystems in Challakere

31 August, 2015

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Karnataka High Court dismisses PIL demanding planned improvement of roads in Bangalore

Eight year old PIL seeking to protect lakhs of trees and rights of thousands of urban residents, dismissed in minutes

Press Release : Bangalore : 8 June 2015

The Principal Bench of the High Court of Karnataka constituted by Acting Chief Justice Mr. Subhro Kamal Mukherjee and Justice Mr. Ram Mohan Reddy dismissed today W.P.

MoEF&CC forced to “call off” its illegal and unconstitutional National Public Consultation on Waste Management Rules, 2015 in Bangalore

Press Release : Bangalore : 22 May 2015

Mr. Biswanath Sinha, Joint Secretary of Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) was required by demands from various representatives of civil society organisations to cancel its “Stakeholders Consultation on Draft Waste Management Rules 2015” organised in partnership with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) at Le Meridian Hotel in Bangalore today.

Massive Earthquake in Nepal

Appeal to support Relief efforts

Press Release : Bangalore : 26 April 2015

Man rescued from debris

 

Conservation of Lakes and Water Bodies across Karnataka

Organised by Environment Support Group in Collaboration with Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology

Date: 24 January, 2015
Venue: Various Locations in Karnataka

 

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INDIAN GOVERNMENT'S HIGH POWERED COMMITTEE REPORT ON REFORM OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS

A Non-trivial Threat to India's Ecological and Economic Security

Press Release : Bangalore : 9 January 2015

On 29th August 2014 the Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change of the Government of India (hereinafter referred to as MoEF & CC) set up a High Level Committee headed by former Union Cabinet Secretary Mr. T. S. R. Subramanian, IAS (Retd.).

Bangalore's own Green Ambassador reminds us of what it took to make Bangalore the greenest city in the 1980s

Even as BBMP and the Government dither on complying with High Court directions to involve citizenry in re-greening efforts

Press Release : Bangalore : 1 December 2014
S. G. Neginhal

In "Green lessons from the past"  (published in Deccan Herald, Dec 02, 2014), S. G. Neginhal reveals how extensively and sensitively the Karnataka Forest Department worked to protect the fast depleting greenery of Bangalore during the 1980s.  The article is written by the very man who creatively led the Forest Department's efforts in re-greening Bangalore arduously marshalling popular support and extensive political and administrative endorsement.