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Air pollution raises childhood anaemia risk: Research

Publish on January 11, 2021     Source: Hindustan Times

Meeting air pollution control goals under the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) could go a long way in improving child health in India, a new research paper has concluded, finding a strong correlation between high outdoor pollution and prevalence of anaemia among children under the age o

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Air pollution: SC asks Govt to come out with steps to deal with stubble burning

Publish on January 11, 2021     Source: Hindustan Times

The order by a bench comprising Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justices A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian, came after it was submitted that the pollution caused due to stubble burning will again come to fore in future.

The Supreme Court Monday asked the Centre to file an affidavit de

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This startup is fighting indoor air pollution with its smart pot plant Read more at:

Publish on January 09, 2021     Source: Your Story

In most conference room meetings at offices, people tend to yawn, drink water, or take breaks after twenty to twenty-five minutes. This is not because they are bored with the meeting, but it is due to high carbon dioxide levels in the room that exceeds safe limits, which creates discomfort

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This Indian Startup Turns Polluted Air Into Climate-Friendly Tiles

Publish on January 08, 2021     Source: EcoWatch

Indian startup Carbon Craft Design (CCD) launched with the goal of making construction more sustainable and tackling India's major air pollution problem. It does so by extracting black carbon from polluted air and upcycling it into strong and stylish carbon tiles.

Black carbon is

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Exposure to dirty air in the world's most polluted region linked to pregnancy loss, study finds

Publish on January 07, 2021     Source: CNN

(CNN)Pregnant women in South Asia who have been exposed to air pollution face an increased risk of pregnancy loss, miscarriage, and stillbirth, according to a new study.

Researchers found that an estimated 349,681 pregnancy losses each year across India, Bangladesh and Pakistan we

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