User: indiatogether Topic: Economy
Category: Transport :: Vehicular Pollution
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How can governments make Bengaluru more liveable? By putting pedestrians first 22.4.2019 Scroll.in
Pollution, traffic and a host of other concerns can be resolved.
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Why addressing pedestrian concerns is key to making Bengaluru liveable 22.4.2019 Citizen Matters
Not so long ago, residents and visitors alike gushed over the pleasure of walking along the fragrant tree-lined avenues of Bangalore. Today walking in the city is a nightmare. What changed, and what can be done to encourage and protect pedestrians, which is important for more reasons than one?
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Low-carbon, green and climate resilient urban infrastructure is the need of the hour: Vice President 15.4.2019 Govt of india: PIB
The Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu has called upon town planners to make sustainable solutions such as harvesting solar energy, enhancing green cover and water conservation an essential part of town planning.
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Car pollution caused asthma in 350000 Indian kids 11.4.2019 Sify Finance
Traffic pollution caused asthma among 350,000 children in India, the second largest after China, in 2015, finds a Lancet study that analysed 194 countries.
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Quality drinking water, pollution-free environment top priorities 7.4.2019 The Assam Tribune
Quality drinking water, pollution-free environment top priorities
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Coalition of health experts and environmentalists to fight air pollution in Bengaluru 5.4.2019 Citizen Matters
The Healthy Air Coalition was launched in the city today, to combat air pollution and its health impacts. As part of the initiative, forty new air quality monitoring stations will be installed in the city to gather high-quality data on air pollution
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Air pollution killed 1.2 million people in India in 2017, says study 3.4.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
The State of Global Air report 2019 said the same number of people died in China in that year.
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Over 1.2M early deaths in India in 2017 due to air pollution: Report 3.4.2019 Hindu: Gadgets
On an average, the life of a South Asian child born today will be shortened by 2 years and 6 months growing up in current high levels of air pollutio
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Exhaust emissions 1.4.2019 Hindu: Letters
While the writer (Open Page, “Battling the smoke”, March 31) has highlighted the ill-effects of vehicular pollution, the fact is that the rules exist
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Vehicular pollution goes unchecked in city 1.4.2019 Hindu: Policy & Issues
No system in place to check genuineness of PUC certificates
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Poor air quality to remain a problem in India, despite pollution control policies 31.3.2019 Sify Finance
A recent study has found that more than 674 million Indian citizens are likely to breathe air with high concentrations of PM2.5 in 2030, even if India were to comply with its
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92% in Asia exposed to harmful air 31.3.2019 Hindu: Internet
Around 92% of the population in the Asia Pacific region are exposed to levels of air pollution that pose a significant risk to their health, according
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Battling the smoke 31.3.2019 Hindu: Opinion
For me, it’s a 25-minute commute to work each day. One factor that has been leaving me vexed is vehicular pollution and the thick smoke. On a daily ba
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Fixing Lebanon's ruinous electricity crisis 29.3.2019 Reuters: World News
Lebanon's electricity crisis has pushed it to the brink of financial ruin, as power cuts hobble the economy and subsidies have racked up one of the world's largest public debt burdens.
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NGT asks Chandigarh to formulate action plan 29.3.2019 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Bid to control air pollution
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Tiwari launches social media campaign 29.3.2019 Hindu: Fitness
Delhiites raise about 1,700 questions and suggestions through tweets
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Houston suburbs lift travel restrictions imposed after petrochemical fire 22.3.2019 Reuters: World News
Two Houston-area cities told residents to stay indoors and closed schools on Thursday due to air pollution from a petrochemical plant fire, then lifted the travel restrictions after airborne levels of the chemicals abated.
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Houston suburbs order residents indoors, close schools after chemical plant fire 21.3.2019 Reuters: World News
Residents of two Houston-area cities were told to stay indoors and schools in six communities were closed on Thursday due to air pollution after a petrochemical plant fire.
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Pork for pollution? South Koreans fight smog with grease 20.3.2019 Reuters: World News
Whenever dust particles hang thick in the air in South Korea, sales of pork rise.
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State air quality worse than Delhi, Kolkota ? 19.3.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
State air quality worse than Delhi, Kolkota ?
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