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Emissions in Delhi could rise up to 19 times by 2020
Aditya Dev
The Times of India , Saturday, December 19, 2015

AGRA: An eight-year study, from 2008-2015, conducted by the IIT-Roorkee, University of Minnesota in the US and University of Surrey, UK, has shown that emissions from vehicles in Delhi have increased ...More


HC wants state to look at Delhi model to check pollution
TNN
The Times of India , Saturday, December 19, 2015

BENGALURU: The Karnataka high court on Friday asked the state government to check whether it can follow the New Delhi model which has banned diesel vehicles to avoid increasing air pollution levels, i ...More


Odd-even puzzle: Is Delhi prepared to improve its air?
DebarghyaSanyal
Business Standard , Saturday, December 19, 2015

The Supreme Court on Wednesday doubled the environment compensation charge for loaded commercial vehicles entering Delhi and imposed a blanket ban on registration of diesel vehicles of and above 2,000 ...More


Beijing issues second red alert for heavy air pollution
IANS
The Hindu , Saturday, December 19, 2015

Beijing has issued its second red alert for air pollution in December as a new bout of smog is forecast to hit the capital from Saturday to Tuesday. The red alert, the most serious level, will last f ...More


NGT orders inspection of waste-to-energy plants in Delhi
PTI
The Times of India , Friday, December 18, 2015

NEW DELHI: Concerned over delay in the operationalizing the waste-to-energy plants in capital, the National Green Tribunal today constituted a "high-powered team" to inspect these plants while directi ...More


Delhi's transport sector 3 times more polluting than Mumbai's
Business Standard , Friday, December 18, 2015

Delhi’s transport sector produces six times as much greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) as that of Kolkata’s, five times as much as Ahmedabad’s and three times as much as Greater Mumbai and Chennai, accord ...More


PWD projects fined for pollution
The Hindu , Friday, December 18, 2015

Polluters big and small, from individuals burning leaves to massive construction sites producing dust, have become the targets of an ongoing crackdown by the Delhi Government and municipal corporation ...More


Don’t have car pollution certificate in Delhi? You may be fined Rs 5,000
The Hindustan Times , Friday, December 18, 2015

Driving in smog-hit Delhi without a valid pollution-under-control (PUC) certificate may soon cost you Rs 5,000. In yet another move towards cleaning the city’s notoriously toxic air, the AAP governme ...More


Municipal corporations lax against open burning of waste, says Delhi govt
PTI
The Indian Express , Friday, December 18, 2015

The Delhi government today pulled up the BJP-ruled municipal corporations for their “poor” showing in preventing open burning of waste and in acting against violators of dust pollution norms in the ci ...More


Petrol vs diesel: The emissions and cleanliness match-up
Amitabh Sinha
The Indian Express , Friday, December 18, 2015

The focus of the Supreme Court’s pollution orders is diesel vehicles. A primer on the origins, chemical composition and environment-friendliness of the two auto fuels: Same raw material Both petrol ...More


Auto makers seek clear policy after Delhi diesel ban
Aditi Shah
Live Mint , Friday, December 18, 2015

Mumbai: India’s auto makers and dealers on Thursday called for a clear, national policy to combat air pollution, after a crackdown on diesel cars and trucks in New Delhi, which campaigners have vowed ...More


Diesel pollutes more, but its challenging to implement ban
The Hindu , Friday, December 18, 2015

BinduShajanPerappadan, DaminiNath and Ashok Kumar give you a lowdown on why air quality in the Capital is likely to improve Diesel cars emit five times more harmful particulate matter than petrol car ...More


Poor air quality of Delhi affects the weight of newborn babies
India Today , Thursday, December 17, 2015

With Delhi witnessing an alarming rise in air pollution levels, a multi-agency study has revealed the impact of bad poor air quality on growth of foetus in pregnant women. The study was conducted by S ...More


Delhi’s not alone on poor air quality: UP is also gasping for breath
LalmaniVerma
The Indian Express , Thursday, December 17, 2015

The furore over high levels of pollution has been largely restricted to Delhi. However, the Central Pollution Control Board’s list of critically polluted cities includes Varanasi and Kanpur while Luck ...More


Environmental concerns in Delhi would have a huge impact on Indian auto industry
Chanchal Pal Chauhan
Business Today , Thursday, December 17, 2015

The Indian auto industry is perplexed over a series of developments on the massive environmental concerns in Delhi along with the consumers who too have no clarity on which vehicle to buy amid a blank ...More


Air pollution kills upto 30,000 Delhiites annually: CSE
IANS
The Times of India , Thursday, December 17, 2015

Air pollution, which is one of the top ten killers in the world and fifth leading cause of death in India, is responsible for about 10,000 to 30,000 deaths annually in Delhi, a report by the Centre fo ...More


The 10 steps aimed at curbing rising air pollution levels in Delhi
The Indian Express , Thursday, December 17, 2015

Over the past month, there have been repeated calls from environmentalists and activists for drastic measures on part of the administration to clean the toxic air in Delhi, considered the world’s most ...More


Air pollution kills 30,000 in Delhi every year
The Hindustan Times , Thursday, December 17, 2015

Air pollution is responsible for 10,000-30,000 deaths in Delhi annually and is the fifth largest cause of death in the country, states the ‘Body Burden 2015’ report released by the Centre for Science ...More


Toxic city but no one cares
The Telegraph , Thursday, December 17, 2015

If Delhi is polluted, so is Patna. But if there's hope for a better tomorrow for Delhi, any such prospect eludes Patna. The Supreme Court on Wednesday prohibited registration of high-end diesel SUVs ...More


Breathing clean air comes at a price, at a restaurant in China
India Today , Thursday, December 17, 2015

Beijing's air pollution levels may have been notorious, but recently, a restaurant in the Chinese city of Zhangjiagang decided it needed an air-filtering system to offer diners an environment with cle ...More


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