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Godrej and Patanjali collaborate to boost oil palm plantation in Nagaland foothill regions

Prominent agricultural companies, Godrej Agrovet Limited (GAVL) and Patanjali, have partnered with the Nagaland government to enhance oil palm cultivation in the state's foothill areas, aiming to revitalize the agricultural landscape and improve economic prospects for local farmers.

Nagaland: Government reinforces total ban on single-use plastic

The Nagaland government has reinforced the total ban on the use of single-use plastic, a move that has been taken by keeping the environment concerns in mind.

Nagaland: Dr Kelühol Tase embarks on mission to conserve and revive endangered Rhododendron tree

In an effort to combat the alarming decline of plant and animal species, Dr. Kelühol Tase has undertaken a crucial mission to conserve and revive the Rhododendron tree, the esteemed state flower of Nagaland.

Nagaland: Chakhesang Public Organisation undertakes massive tree plantation drive to preserve biodiversity

Phek/Nagaland: The Chakhesang Public Organisation (CPO), in line with their resolution made 23 years ago, is launching a significant tree plantation initiative to commemorate Chakhesang Day and celebrate 50 years of Phek district's formation.

Nagaland observes World Environment Day with tree plantation and cleanliness drives to combat climate change

Kohima/IBNS: Nagaland took significant steps to address the pressing issue of climate change by conducting plantation and cleanliness drives across the state on Monday to mark World Environment Day. The theme for this year's observance was "Beat Plastic Pollution."

Union Ministry launches Meri LiFE, Mera Swachh Shehar campaign promoting zero-waste cities in India

Dimapur/Kohima: The Union Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) launched the Meri LiFE, Mera Swachh Shehar campaign on May 15 as part of the Swachh Bharat Mission-Urban 2.0.

Nagaland: NESMS holds seminar on 'Agar Wood Plantation in North-East India'

Tuli/Nagaland: Nagaland Ecological and Sanitation Management Society (NESMS) organised a one-day seminar entitled “Promoting Agar Wood Plantation in India’s North-eastern Region” on May 11 at Aitlenden ward, Tuli Town Mokokchung.

Changlangshu BMC's forest restoration initiative creates green corridor for wildlife in Nagaland

Changlangshu/Nagaland: Wanmei Konyak, a passionate environmentalist, was inspired to take action for the conservation of nature and wildlife through his participation in the Green Hub Fellowship programme.

Two abandoned leopard cubs rescued from Nagaland’s Tening village

Kohima/IBNS: The district administration in Nagaland’s Peren, led by EAC Tening, Tumben P Tsanglao and Namsibo, Forest Range Officer, Tening, has facilitated the rescue and transfer of two leopard cubs from Tening village to Nagaland Zoological Park, Dimapur.

Wildfire in Dzükou valley under control: Nagaland government

Kohima/IBNS: The Kohima District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) of Nagaland said the wildfire, which broke out along a trekking route leading to the scenic Dzükou valley on Dec 29, has reportedly been brought under control on the valley site.

Nagaland forest fire brought under control

Kohima/UNI: The fire that broke out in the scenic Dzukou valley range in Nagaland, that was first noticed on December 29, after much devastation, has reportedly been brought under control with the help of the Indian Air Force helicopters, police, forest department and local volunteers, Forest Officials said on Saturday.

Flood hits Nagaland’s Dimapur : Indian army, Assam Rifles personnel rescue stranded villagers

Guwahati/IBNS : Around 300 families have been affected after the flood waters of Diphu and Dhansiri river submerged several colonies, villages at Dimapur in Nagaland.

Wokha DC issues advisory on wild bear in Nagaland

Kohima/UNI: The Deputy Commissioner of Wokha district has issued a Public Advisory about a sloth bear sighting at Government High School colony in Wokha town on October 18.

Nagaland: Two wild elephants electrocuted

Kohima, Apr 10 (UNI) A day after the volunteers Green-Succession of Nagaland State (Green-SONS), a conservation group from Wokha district and youths of Sanis town rescued an elephant calf, two wild adult elephants were found electrocuted in Sanis area of the district yesterday.