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Environment of India

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Environment of India

The environment of India refers to the situation related to environment within the country.


  • Environment of India 1
    • Biota 1.1
    • Climate 1.2
    • Geography 1.3
    • Land 1.4
    • Water 1.5
  • Climate change 2
  • Energy 3
  • Protected areas 4
  • Environmental policy and law 5
    • Treaties and international agreements 5.1
  • Environmental organisations 6
    • Tamil Nadu 6.1
  • Environmental issues 7
  • See also 8
  • References 9
  • Further reading 10
  • External links 11

Environment of India





Due to increasing population and enhanced food grains consumption, more and more rain fed crop lands are brought under intensive cultivation by ground and surface water irrigation. The irrigated land is losing gradually its fertility by converting into saline alkali soil..


Climate change


Protected areas

Environmental policy and law

Treaties and international agreements

India is a signatory to a number of treaties and international agreements:

Environmental organisations

Tamil Nadu

There are at least 85 widely diversified environmentalism by a broad spectrum of the state's population.[1]

The environmental policy in the state.[2][3]

Paryawaran Sachetak Samiti, a national level volunteer organisation is organising various movements to protect nature and save environment at grassroot across India since 1993.

Environmental issues

See also


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Further reading

External links

  • Ministry of Environment & Forests
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