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On 2018 World Environment Day, India plays host for celebrations to shun plastic: Narendra Modi to chair event in New Delhi

Publish on June 05, 2018     Source: First Post

For the 43rd edition of the World Environment Day — an event observed by the United Nations on 5 June every year to encourage worldwide awareness for protection of the environment — India is the global host for official celebrations to take place. The United Nations has set this year's the

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Air pollution will be tackled in time-bound manner, says Harsh Vardhan

Publish on June 04, 2018     Source: The Times of India

NEW DELHI: India is the global host of this year’s World Environment Day on June 5. ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’ is the central theme of this international event which is to be attended by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with top officials of the United Nations Environment Programme (UN

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World Environment Day: Plants to beat indoor air pollution

Publish on June 03, 2018     Source: Indian Express

Indoor plants are more than just adding greenery to your home. The help in purifying air in your home. Poor air quality can have both long and short-term effects like respiratory and heart disease, headache, fatigue, eye and throat problems. Hence, instead of taking risk, why not apply a s

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Why it’s time to check air pollution within office premises

Publish on June 02, 2018     Source: SME Future

According to a dreadful report released by the World Health Organization (WHO) recently, 14 of the most polluted cities in the world happen to be in India. As per the data released by the WHO, Delhi and Varanasi are among the 14 most polluted cities among the 20 most polluted cities of the

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PM2.5 levels rising in proportion to stubble burning, finds Nasa study

Publish on May 13, 2018     Source: Times of India

NEW DELHI: A new study by Nasa scientists has concluded that there is a strong link between agricultural fires in Punjab and Haryana and PM2.5 levels in Delhi during the post-monsoon months of October and November.

PM2.5 concentrations in Delhi, which is downwind to Punjab and Ha

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