Department of Ecology Environment and Remote Sensing, J&K

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ENVIS is a decentralized system with a network of distributed subject oriented Centers ensuring integration of national efforts in environmental information collection, collation, storage, retrieval and dissemination to all concerned. In December, 1982, Government of India established an Environmental Information System(ENVIS) as a plan programme. The focus of ENVIS since inception has been on providing environmental information to decision makers, policy planners, scientists and engineers, research workers, etc. all over the country. ...more

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Ice towers in the desert Sonam Wangchuk 2016 Laureate, Environment

JK bags big `State of States` award in Environment

What can trees tell us about climate change?

2016 Will Be Hottest Year, UN Climate Meeting Told

7 things you missed at COP22 while Trump hogged the headlines

India hailed at COP22 for commitment to climate change

India's Signature to Climate Change Treaty Fraught With Peril

India pavilion at climate change summit sees heavy footfall

At CoP 22, India will highlight climate impact on Himalayas

How much do teachers shape kids' climate change beliefs?

The United Nations Climate Change Conference Cop22 on Marrakech Nov 7 - 18 2016

India Seeks 'Climate Justice' for Poor Nations at Paris Talks


Choking Air, Melting Glaciers: How Global Warming is Changing India

Science Express Climate Action Special (SECAS)

Chewang Norphel, Ice Man's Dams in the Himalayas

What is Global Climate Change?

What is the Greenhouse effect?

What is hapenning in the Ocean?

>> Celebration of World Environment Day on 05/06/2015 at SKUAST, Kashmir, by Department of Ecology, Environment and Remote Sensing, J&K

>> World Environment Day, 5th June 2015

>> Awareness programme on Global Warming organised on 13th February, 2015 at Jammu by Department of Ecology, Environment & Remote Sensing, J&K

>> Celebration of World Wetland Day on 02/02/2015 at Surinsar by Department of Ecology, Environment & Remote Sensing, J&K

>> World Wetland Day 2015: Wetlands for Our Future - Join us!"

>> Ramsar Fact Sheets

>> Flood in J&K - September 2014
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Local forecast of Srinagar for 24.11.2016 :-Generallycloudy sky with poor visibility Maximum & Minimum temperatures will be around 12 Degree Celsius & 2 Degree Celsius respectively.
Local forecast of Jammu for 24.11.2016 :-Partlycloudy sky Maximum & Minimum temperatures will be around 26 Degree Celsius & 12 Degree Celsius respectively
Local forecast of Lehfor 24.11.2016 :- Generally cloudy sky Maximum & Minimum temperatures will be around 11 Degree Celsius & -4 Degree Celsius respectively.