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China mulling new air quality regulations
REUTERS
The Economic Times , Friday, July 03, 2009

BEIJING: China is considering new air quality regulations as it looks to build on its success clearing Beijing's skies during the Olympics,environmental officials from the capital said on Friday. ...More


China mulling new air quality regulations
REUTERS
Times of India , Friday, July 03, 2009

BEIJING: China is considering new air quality regulations as it looks to build on its success clearing Beijing's skies during the Olympics, environmental officials from the capital said on Friday. ...More


PSEB to overhaul units to control pollution
SP Sharma/Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Bathinda, June 22 Faced with persistent criticism on the issue of air pollution being caused by its Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant (GNDTP) here, the Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) has finally wo ...More


PSEB to overhaul units to control pollution
SP Sharma/Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Bathinda, June 22 Faced with persistent criticism on the issue of air pollution being caused by its Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant (GNDTP) here, the Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) has finally wo ...More


Beijing's claims of clean air called into question
ANI
Times of India , Friday, June 19, 2009

LONDON: The Chinese environment ministry has called into question Beijing's claims that its air has been drastically cleaned up, from last year's Olympic Games till the present day. Beijing spent ...More


Online UPCB to expedite tardy pollution certification
Rajendra S Markuna | Haldwani
The Pioneer , Wednesday, June 10, 2009

The online version of Uttrakhand Pollution Control Board can cut short the run of entrepreneurs seeking a no objection certificate (NOC) regarding pollution clearance. “The online system will st ...More


Tackling water, air pollution not on govt agenda
Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Monday, June 08, 2009

The governments in Punjab have done very little for improving the environment situation in the state. The state has three major rivers, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej. The Sutlej is the most polluted. A la ...More


Rapid urbanisation leading to air pollution
PTI
The Economic Times , Sunday, June 07, 2009

LUCKNOW: Rapid urbanization and massive construction being carried out in the city is leading to air and noise pollution, according to a report by the Indian Institute of Toxicology Research. The ...More


Rapid urbanisation leading to air pollution
PTI
Times of India , Sunday, June 07, 2009

LUCKNOW: Rapid urbanization and massive construction being carried out in the city is leading to air and noise pollution, according to a report by the Indian Institute of Toxicology Research. The ...More


Power plants defy pollution control norms
SP Sharma /Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Saturday, June 06, 2009

Bathinda, June 5 The Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Power (GNTP) station, which is the biggest source of air pollution here, shied away from observing the World Environment Day, celebrated by various governm ...More


‘Climate change can affect many livelihoods’
Himanshu Kumar Lall | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Saturday, June 06, 2009

Several leading personalities from the field of environment showed their concern about the rapidly increasing in pollution levels across the country due to various man-made factors that not only contr ...More


Project launched for green, affordable lighting in rural India
IANS
The Economic Times , Friday, June 05, 2009

NEW DELHI: To make life easier for millions of rural households who use the polluting kerosene lamps in their homes, a Britain-based NGO has partnered with a global power company to supply brighter, s ...More


Haryana Govt committed to combat climate change
We will turn Haryana green, says CM
The Pioneer , Friday, June 05, 2009

The worsening climate change is a matter of concern for Governments worldwide. India with its long traditions is making conscious efforts to meet this challenge. The World Environment Day, comm ...More


Project launched for green, affordable lighting in rural India
IANS
Times of India , Friday, June 05, 2009

NEW DELHI: To make life easier for millions of rural households who use the polluting kerosene lamps in their homes, a Britain-based NGO has partnered with a global power company to supply brighter, s ...More


Emissions damage farms that once exported produce to Europe
DEBARATI BASU
The Indian Express , Monday, June 01, 2009

Farmers in Padra taluka on the outskirts of Vadodara had marketed themselves as the first one in the state to opt for organic farming, exporting their herbs and vegetables to Paris and London. But all ...More


ADB calls for low-carbon transport systems
AFP
The Economic Times , Sunday, May 31, 2009

MANILA: The Asian Development Bank Saturday called on its Asian governmentborrowers to design mass transport systems in a way that would slow the rapid growth of their greenhouse gas emissions. Wh ...More


Tree leaves check pollution levels in cities
ANI
Times of India , Wednesday, May 20, 2009

WASHINGTON: In a new research, scientists at the University of Lancaster, UK, have determined that urban trees use their leaves to measure microscopic particles of pollution. According to a report ...More


Finally, environment becomes poll issue
Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Wednesday, May 13, 2009

During elections, pollution is certainly the last thing on a politician’s mind. But the 15th Lok Sabha poll has seen a change. Air and water pollution, environmental concerns and other issues concerni ...More


GSFDC to develop biomass briquettes as alternative fuel
Shubhlakshmi Shukla
The Indian Express , Sunday, May 10, 2009

Gujarat State Forest Development Corporation (GSFDC) has embarked on a new project to produce biomass fuel briquettes as an alternative to firewood. Sources said the biomass fuel briquettes, a rea ...More


Bio-electricity may offer better mileage for cars than ethanol
ANI
The Economic Times , Sunday, May 10, 2009

WASHINGTON: A new study by scientists has suggested that biomass converted into electricity could be more efficient than ethanol. The study was conducted by University of California, Merced, Assis ...More


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