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Posted On - 04 Dec 2015
"There have been several erratic weather events throughout India and adjoining places and the fallout is evident here as well," he said pointing to the western disturbances being subdued.
Sector - Climate Change
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 30 Nov 2015
He also said that the best way to make sure that Earth's temperature does not further increase, is to conserve energy.
Sector - Green Living
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 29 Nov 2015
Uttar Pradesh has entered the Guinness Book of World Records for planting the most number of saplings in one day
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 29 Nov 2015
ddressing a ‘Talkathon’ ahead of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference or COP-21, Piyush Goyal Minister of State (Independent Charge) Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy, said, “While we hope the Paris talks will help developed countries provide long-tenor low-cost funding, we are also preparing ourselves to see how we can finance our renewable energy thrust.
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 29 Nov 2015
He said India needs huge amounts of energy for development but will do whatever it can to deal with the problem of climate change as it sees the world as one family.
Sector - Climate Change
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 22 Nov 2015
He was addressing the inaugural session of a two-day seminar on ‘Global Warming and Climate Change: A Way Out’ organised in run up to the `Simhastha’ (Kumbh) festival to be held in Ujjain in May 2016. The founder of Art of Living Foundation said right proportion of tolerance and intolerance is missing in the country.
Sector - Climate Change
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 22 Nov 2015
"8 am, 22 November, Sunday. Car free day. Dwarka sports complex, sector 11, Dwarka. Let us cycle together. I will be there. Apni cycle saath lana," Mr Kejriwal wrote on Twitter.
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 20 Nov 2015
She informed KfW had already provided 1.3 billion euros for Green Corridor project which is being completed while another 1 billion euros already sanctioned for solar capacity addition during 2015-2020.
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 20 Nov 2015
The decision was taken by chief minister Akhilesh Yadav after assessing detailed district-wise report of the drought situation.
Sector - Climate Change
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 20 Nov 2015
“They (emerging weather patterns) fit the larger picture of climate change predicted by Indian scientists as well as global reports,” Rathore told HT. Episodes of excessive rainfall are increasing while the number of rainy days is decreasing, Rathore, director-general of the India Meteorological Department, said.
Sector - Climate Change
Posted By - Chandan Arora



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Posted On - 30 Nov 2015
These students of Class IV to XII at Modern School, Vasant Vihar, warned of pollution as a major reason for growing health problems. They displayed placards with messages like "Turn off your engine dear, kids breathe this air" and "Make no air pollution, your New Year resolution".
Sector - Air
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 20 Nov 2015
Vehicles are bane of Delhi's air; Indian, US scientists to research on air pollution
Sector - Air
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 19 Nov 2015
The Supreme Court judges made their order after receiving a letter from another Supreme Court judge, who said that he had noticed the mausoleum spewing smoke and ash during a recent visit to the monument and was concerned about the effect of air pollution on the marble structure.
Sector - Air
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 19 Nov 2015
“We thought long and hard about it,” says Mr Bhasin. “Our kids haven’t had any issues, but a lot of my nieces and nephews are on some sort of nebuliser throughout the winter. You don’t want to put your kids through that.”
Sector - Air
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 09 Nov 2015
The air pollution meter buzzed and spat out a stunning result: levels of PM2.5 -- tiny, toxic particles that lead to respiratory diseases -- were 27 times the safe limit near the Indian parliament in New Delhi on Wednesday morning.
Sector - Air
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 04 Nov 2015
The city’s toxic air has been linked to allergies, respiratory conditions, birth malformations and increasing incidence of cancers. But as a recent car-free experiment showed, action to cut pollution can be effective
Sector - Air
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 06 Sep 2015
No rains mean more pollution and pollution is exactly what the people of Delhi are facing. Due to weak monsoons and the rains letting up early this year, the pollution quotient seems to have gone up, thus sending Delhi's air quality into the “poor” zone.
Sector - Air
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 10 Aug 2015
Union environment ministry, which generally avoids sharing details of air pollution-linked deaths, made an exception on Thursday when it said in Parliament that more than 35,000 people had died due to acute respiratory infections (ARI) across India in close to 10 years. More than 2.6 crore cases were reported every year during the period.
Sector - Air
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 21 Jul 2015
NHAI sources said the project will now take off within three months after the tendering process is completed. - See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/death-by-breath-green-signal-for-6-lane-solution-to-unclog-delhi/#sthash.RSuceM4f.dpuf
Sector - Air
Posted By - Chandan Arora
Posted On - 19 Jul 2015
Official air quality data for the first half of this year shows that while Delhi does indeed face high levels of air pollution, Kanpur, Varanasi and Chennai are worse off.
Sector - Air
Posted By - Chandan Arora
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