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1) What's the website link of Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change?: MoEF&CC Website

2) Where can I access/ apply for clearances from MoEF&CC?: Parivesh (MoEF&CC)

3) What's the website link of Ministry of Jal Shakti?: Ministry of Jal Shakti

4) Website of Central Pollution Control Board? CPCB

5) Website of National Green Tribunal (NGT)? NGT

6) Website of Central Ground Water Board (CGWB)? Central Ground Water Board

7) How to reach National Water Mission (NWM)? National Water Mission

8) How to connect with Central Water Commission (CWC)? Central Water Commission

9) Where can I get some basic idea about EIA EIA Notification 2020 draft? Click here

10) I want to know about the Battery Waste Management Rules 2020 proposed by MoEF&CC

11) What are the Responsibilities of Bulk Consumers as per Batteries Management & Handling Rules 2001, revised in 2010

12) What are the right practices for STP sludge disposal? Click Here

13) How to characterise COMPOST? Click Here

14) How to calculate water consumption data for my hotel? Click Here

15) How to calculate water consumption data for my housing project? Click Here

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17) What are the Responsibilities of Bulk Consumers as per E-waste Management Rules 2016?

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23) When is International Tiger Day (also called as Global Tiger Day or World Tiger Day) is observed? #International #Tiger Day is observed on the 29th July every year since 2010 when it was first created at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit. The 2010 St. Petersburg Tiger Summit was organized by Russian president Vladimir Putin and World Bank chief Robert Zoellick in response to research that showed wild tigers would go extinct by 2040 or sooner.