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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Brazil receives $4.8 mn for protecting ozone layer
Business Standard

The Brazilian government has received over $4.8 million for continuing their actions to protect the ozone layer, officials said. In a statement on Tuesday, the Ministry of Environment said that the money was agreed during recent meetings in Montreal more....

100 students visit Sukhna, learn about migratory birds
The Times of India

Chandigarh: More than 1,000 students of various prominent government and private school students visited Sukhna Lake to know about migratory birds in a fortnight long programme. The department of environment, UT administration, along with Yuvsatta more....

Ozone-depleting substances
The Hans India

Developing countries will receive $540 million to continue their work in phasing out ozone-depleting chemicals, according to UN Environment Programme. The funds will be provided by developed countries for three years starting from 2018 through the Mu more....

Chhattisgarh bans crackers in six major cities for two months during winter
First Post

Raipur: Chhattisgarh Environment Conservation Board (CECB) on Tuesday banned crackers in six major cities, including capital Raipur, for two months during winter as a part of its initiative to control air pollution. "Bursting of crackers will be ban more....

Chhattisgarh bans use of fire crackers in six cities
Outlook

Raipur (Chhattisgarh) [India], Nov 29: The Chhattisgarh government has ordered a ban on bursting fire crackers in six of its cities, including the state capital -Raipur, ahead of the wedding season from December 1 to January 31. The Chhattisgarh Env more....

Indians willing to pay $220b to avoid pollution mortality
Deccan Herald

India's estimated cost of health impact due to air pollution is a staggering $220 billion (Rs 1417k crore) - one of the highest in the world, said a new UN report. In South and South-East Asia, India had the highest share of welfare costs from morta more....

Delhi: Environment secretary's statement on pollution sparks debates on multiplicity of authorities
First Post

A recent statement made by the environment secretary has struck a debate among environmentalists. It is viewed as an irresponsible statement by some and others see it as a pertinent issue of multiplicity of agencies which come in the way of maintaini more....

Delhi: Environment secretary's statement on pollution sparks debates on multiplicity of authorities
First Post

A recent statement made by the environment secretary has struck a debate among environmentalists. It is viewed as an irresponsible statement by some and others see it as a pertinent issue of multiplicity of agencies which come in the way of maintaini more....

India loses billions to air pollution: UN
The Hindu

High-level political commitment stressed India had the highest share of welfare costs (or a loss of income from labour), of about $220 billion (about ₹1.4 trillion), in South and South-East Asia — of a combined total of $380 billion from morta more....

Delhi can learn from megacities like Beijing, Mexico City to clear toxic smog
The Hindustan Times

Delhi must adopt anti-pollution steps taken by other megacities like Beijing and Mexico City if the Indian metropolis is to get serious about tackling its annual smog crisis, experts say. A toxic cloud covered India’s capital, New Delhi, and surroun more....

Yesterdays News (Tuesday, November 28, 2017 )
India, Nepal, Bhutan join hands for mapping tigers
HC Notice To State On Polythene Ban
Separate pollution board to monitor Bengaluru in the offing
Illegal sand mining threatens winter habitat of black-necked Tibetan cranes in Tawang
Mystic Mantra: Spiritual cure for air pollution
Pollution in Delhi should Wake us up to the Problem in Jammu and Kashmir
AIPMA demands one law for plastic waste management in country
AIPMA demands one law for plastic waste management in country
Ban on plastic in Maharashtra: Manufacturers’ body calls it impractical
Every third child in Delhi has impaired lungs, says study
30% premature deaths in India due to air pollution: CSE Report
Every third child in Delhi has impaired lungs, says study

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