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From a glacier break to record temperatures, Antarctica had quite the week in climate change

Publish on February 14, 2020     Source: CNN


(CNN)This week, an iceberg the size of Atlanta broke off a glacier. Researchers discovered a dramatic decline in Antarctic penguin colonies. And Antarctica may have just registered its hottest temperature ever.

In case all of that was not enough to make you at least a little conce

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No improvement in Delhi air quality, SAFAR predicts clean air in coming days

Publish on February 12, 2020     Source: Times Now News


New Delhi: There is no relief from pollution in Delhi. The air quality in the national capital remained in the 'very poor' category with an overall AQI standing at 330, according to the latest estimates updated by System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR).

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Chennai vehicles pollute nearly as much as Delhi's: CSE data

Publish on February 11, 2020     Source: New Indian Express


ALWAR: If Delhi’s pollution data scares you, you should also be equally informed and alarmed about the air quality in Chennai.

Chennai has the second-worst record of vehicular pollution in India after Delhi, generating 3,200 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) per day, a primary greenh

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Air pollution has major impact on children in sport, study warns

Publish on February 11, 2020     Source: The Guardian


Britain’s future sporting performance could be hampered by air pollution because some training grounds are in areas with dangerously high pollution levels, a report has revealed.

The Breathe GB study analysed pollution levels at 94 sporting sites, with one of the highest recorded

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Mumbai to get country’s largest air quality monitoring network

Publish on February 10, 2020     Source: Hindustan Times


The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) recently approved the development of an air quality monitoring network of 90 stations in the city, which will make it the largest such network in India.

The project is expected to be completed over the next five years and will be funded

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