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Cut soot, slow climate change: Scientists
IANS
Times of India , Wednesday, October 14, 2009

NEW DELHI: Global warming is caused by excess of greenhouse gases, mainly carbon dioxide, but cutting down other pollutants such as soot can help slow climate change in a big way, say the world's lead ...More


6 polluting units sealed, 100 more face closure
Raakhi Jagga
The Indian Express , Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Owners of the small scale industry units protesting outside the Punjab Pollution Control Board office in Ludhiana on Monday. Getting tough with the industrial units creating noise pollution, Punjab P ...More


Human activities can worsen 'blue haze', says researcher
ANI
Times of India , Thursday, October 08, 2009

WASHINGTON: Human activities can worsen "blue haze" -- a common occurrence that appears over heavily forested areas around the world due to natural emissions of chemicals -- to the point of affecting ...More


Air pollution likely to trigger appendicitis in adults
IANS
Times of India , Thursday, October 08, 2009

TORONTO: Air pollution may also trigger appendicitis in adults, warns a new study. The study, conducted by researchers at the Universities of Calgary, Toronto and Health Canada, looked at 5,191 ad ...More


Pollution: residents threaten to launch agitation
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, September 16, 2009

ERODE: Residents of Maravapalayam, coming under Suriyampalayam town panchayat, have sought district administrations intervention in solving the air pollution in the locality. In a petition to the Coll ...More


Greening of roofs gaining popularity in US
IANS
The Economic Times , Saturday, September 05, 2009

WASHINGTON: Greening of roofs by having plants on them is gaining popularity in the US, where their numbers have increased by 30% from 2006 to 2007. Benefits include improved storm water managemen ...More


Greening of roofs gaining popularity in US
Washington, (IANS):
The Deccan Herald , Saturday, September 05, 2009

Greening of roofs by having plants on them is gaining popularity in the US, where their numbers have increased by 30 percent from 2006 to 2007. Benefits include improved storm water management, en ...More


Greening of roofs gaining popularity in US
IANS
Times of India , Saturday, September 05, 2009

| WASHINGTON: Greening of roofs by having plants on them is gaining popularity in the US, where their numbers have increased by 30% from 2006 to 2007. Benefits include improved storm wate ...More


Air pollution reducing 'good' rains in China: Study
AFP
The Economic Times , Tuesday, September 01, 2009

STOCKHOLM: Air pollution has over the past 50 years led to a reduction of the light rainfall in China essential for the country's agriculture and water resources, a Chinese researcher said on Monday. ...More


St John’s car pool initiative cuts fuel costs, reduces air pollution
Nishu Mahajan | Chandigarh
The Pioneer , Tuesday, September 01, 2009

In a bid to help commuters to save money and curtail vehicular pollution by reducing the number of cars, the city’s one of the oldest school — St John’s School, Sector-26 has taken a unique initiative ...More


Air pollution reducing 'good' rains in China: Study
AFP
Times of India , Tuesday, September 01, 2009

STOCKHOLM: Air pollution has over the past 50 years led to a reduction of the light rainfall in China essential for the country's agriculture and water resources, a Chinese researcher said on Monday. ...More


China's pressing pollution problem
REUTERS
Times of India , Tuesday, August 25, 2009

BEIJING: Over the last month, China has reported two cases of large-scale lead poisoning among children living close to heavily polluting factories. Here are some questions and answers about pollu ...More


oise pollution high in Bandipur, says survey
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Saturday, August 22, 2009

BANGALORE: Even as the State Government dithers over implementing a night ban on movement of vehicles on the national highways passing through Bandipur forests, a traffic research firm in Bangalore ha ...More


‘Glaciers may melt, rivers may go dry’
AGE CORRESPONDENT
The Asian Age , Sunday, August 16, 2009

Aug. 15: Urging people to efficiently use the country’s limited natural resources, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh cautioned that if timely measures are not taken against effects of global warming, glac ...More


Air pollution kills 380,000 people each year in the world
ANI
The Economic Times , Saturday, August 15, 2009

WASHINGTON: A new study has determined that unseen and odorless, microscopic particles of air pollution wafting overseas and across continents kill some 380,000 people each year. According to a re ...More


Air pollution kills 380,000 people each year in the world
ANI
Times of India , Saturday, August 15, 2009

WASHINGTON: A new study has determined that unseen and odorless, microscopic particles of air pollution wafting overseas and across continents kill some 380,000 people each year. According to a re ...More


Village in Dubai sets a ‘green example’
PTI
The Asian Age , Friday, August 14, 2009

Dubai, Aug. 13: Dubai Knowledge Village (DKV) has set a "green" example by bringing down its water consumption by 6.1 million gallons from January to June 2009 and energy usage by 1,904 MW during the ...More


45% of country's land degraded: Environment report
PTI
Times of India , Wednesday, August 12, 2009

NEW DELHI: At least 45% of the country's land is degraded, air pollution is on the rise in all cities while rare flora and fauna is diminishing at a rapid rate, according to the State of Environment R ...More


World famous Chhangu lake getting polluted
PTI
The Economic Times , Tuesday, August 11, 2009

GANGTOK: The world famous Chhangu lake, located about 40 km from here on way to Nathu La and one of the prime tourist destinations, is getting polluted day by day, the State Pollution Control Board (S ...More


Setting up of thermal plant opposed
Ambika Sharma
The Tribune , Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Solan, August 10 Resenting the setting up of a 30-MW captive thermal plant at Bagheri village by Jai Prakash Associates (JPA), villagers have decided to oppose it at all stages. Hundreds of villa ...More


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