Cyclone Hudhud: Naidu pained over Visakhapatnam losing its green cover

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu is pained over this picturesque port city losing almost its entire green cover in the devastating cyclone that battered the coast on Sunday.

Bihar aims at enhancing its green cover to 20%: Manjhi

Highlighting the adverse impact of deforestation, Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Thursday said his government has set a target to increase the state's green cover to 20 per cent.

Maha govt plans new policy for `green cover`

Maharashtra government plans to formulate a new social forestry policy which will be implemented in non-forest areas of the state to increase green cover.

Two Raj districts selected for Green India Mission

Two districts of Rajasthan -- Bundi and Udaipur -- have been selected for the pilot phase of Green India Mission, the flagship Central project aiming expansion of country`s green cover to 33 per cent.

Fall in green cover in Naxal areas

Clearance of forests in Naxal-hit areas to combat Maoists hiding in these regions has led to a decrease in the overall green cover in the country.

Odisha to increase green cover

Odisha government has set a target to undertake plantation in over two lakh hectare ahead of the monsoon at an expenditure of Rs 183 crore.

Cleaning drive in Delhi on Earth Day

To mark Earth Day, a programme was
organized to clean the green cover having around 2,000 trees in the city`s busy commercial hub Nehru Place.

India to have satellite to monitor green cover

India will launch a forestry satellite as part of its efforts to monitor country`s green cover.

HP to promote Herbiculture to expand green cover

The Himachal Pradesh government
has chalked out an ambitious programme to grow herbs and
medicinal plants on barren land to increase the green cover of
the state, official sources said Sunday.

Tree Ambulance service launched to protect green cover

In a unique initiative, a
`Tree Ambulance` was launched on Friday to provide protection to
green reserves in the capital.

No change in green cover in 5 Delhi districts, decline in one

In two years since 2005, there
has been no change in the status of the green cover in five
districts of the national capital while it has declined in
east Delhi due to tree felling, says a government report.

Women-centric movement inspire hundreds in saving green cover

Activists of Maiti Andolan, an ambitious movement that began in a small Indian town 15 years ago, are doing their every bit to save the environment by restoring the country`s green cover and of many other nations too.