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Aviation & the environment
Staff Reporter
The Statesman , Wednesday, June 14, 2006

The government must take immediate measures to control environmental pollution by airplanes, writes NK PANT Aeroplanes are big polluters of the air we breathe. This fact was sidelined when India join ...More


‘Install sewage treatment plants, save nature’
Staff Reporter
The New Indian Express , Thursday, June 08, 2006

DAVANAGERE: To save environment from pollution all the local bodies in the state should have sewage water treatment plants as mandatory, opined district officer of Pollution Control board K M Lingaraj ...More


City gets red-alert caution on world’s green day
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Lucknow, June 5: Monday was a red-letter day for Lucknow. Or, considering it was the World Environment Day, a green-letter day. The city’s latest environmental score card — the Pre-Monsoon Report on ...More


Funds sunk, but no benchmarks for air quality
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Tuesday, June 06, 2006

NEW DELHI: A nationwide air pollution study, conducted by a Chennai-based Community Environmental Monitoring has revealed that millions of Indians are being exposed to "dangerous levels of highly toxi ...More


State's growth policy puts environment on backburner
Sanjeev Patro
The Pioneer , Monday, June 05, 2006

Thanks to the dogmatic manner in which the development agenda is being implemented in Orissa the vital sustainability factor is being completely ignored. The State seems to be sinking into the wh ...More


Persistent odours in air are harmful gases: NGO
Vibha Sharma
The Tribune , Monday, June 05, 2006

New Delhi, June 4 It could be suicidal to dismiss persistent smell of cooking gas, rotten egg or nail polish in your vicinity as a mere nuisance. Environmentalists say community complaints of odours ...More


Funds sunk, but no benchmarks for air quality
Saikat Ray
Times of India , Sunday, June 04, 2006

NEW DELHI: A nationwide air pollution study, conducted by a Chennai-based Community Environmental Monitoring has revealed that millions of Indians are being exposed to "dangerous levels of highly toxi ...More


Green belt plan hanging fire
G. Krishnakumar
The Hindu , Sunday, June 04, 2006

A NEERI study has recommended installation of additional devices to reduce emission from various processes in industrial units It seems the authorities are turning a blind eye to the green belt prog ...More


Diesel-run LGVs to be phased out
Sujay Mehdudia
The Hindu , Sunday, June 04, 2006

Only CNG-run Light Goods Vehicles to be registered · LGVs running on diesel would have to switch over to CNG mode · CNG has not only brought down the expenditure on fuel but also led to a fal ...More


Air’s the reality: Charbagh fumes with ‘polluting’ autos
Tushar Dhara
The Indian Express , Saturday, June 03, 2006

Lucknow, June 2: The neat rows of cars and auto-rickshaws outside Charbagh station hides a foggy reality: air pollution in the area is one of the highest in the state capital. The Pollution Control ...More


Ecosystem manhandled
Vinod Kumar Yadav
The Hindu Business Line , Friday, June 02, 2006

The future of Earth is uncertain because of the activities of its inhabitants. There is no dearth of warning signals — loss of plants and animals, changing climate, depleting groundwater level and unp ...More


Gypsum dumping near rly station causes air pollution
Bipin Bhardwaj
The Tribune , Thursday, June 01, 2006

Chandigarh, May 31 Gypsum particles in air have been affecting the health of hundreds of residents of Dariya, Mauli Jagran and surrounding villages, adjacent to the Chandigarh railway station for the ...More


Indraprastha Gas awarded Golden Peacock
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) the sole supplier of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Piped Natural Gas (PNG) in the National Capital Territory of Delhi, has been declared winner of the Golden Peacock ...More


Pollution is dropping in Mumbai
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Friday, May 19, 2006

Mumbai, May 18: ON Friday, the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) will launch its latest book—The Leapfrog Factor: Clearing the Air in Asian Cities—in Mumbai. And it carries good news for the ...More


Bad air chokes Pune, Mumbai slightly better
Uma Karve Chakranarayan
The Indian Express , Friday, May 19, 2006

Lack of public transport leading to congestion, pollution in city, says CSE book to be released today Uma Karve Chakranarayan Pune, May 18: IT is no secret that Pune is one of the most polluted ...More


Gurgaon malls ignore air pollution notice
Faizan Haidar
The Pioneer , Thursday, May 18, 2006

Haryana Pollution Control Board (HPCB) has not received any action plan from malls and other showrooms of Gurgaon who were given the show cause notice for polluting the environment. CV Singh reg ...More


Move to check pollution during Amarnath yatra
Shujaat Bukhari
The Hindu , Sunday, May 14, 2006

Number of pilgrims needs to be restricted: study · Impact of tourists on flora and fauna matter for concern · Tourism that will pay for environmental protection needs to be developed · Ban ...More


Asia-Pacific partners finalise draft action plan
Badal Sanyal
The Hindu Business Line , Thursday, May 11, 2006

India to co-chair steel, coal mining task force The partnership will build on existing bilateral partnerships and multilateral climate change-related energy technology initiatives. Kolkata , ...More


Industrial units get pollution board letter of consent on the dot
S. Vydhianathan
The Hindu , Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Sector-wise approach speed up things; experts' opinion elicited · Earlier, units had to run from pillar to post for renewal letter · It took at least three months, even if they satisfied all ...More


In Kanpur, power plant emission sings an ode to wasteland
Rao Jaswant Singh
The Indian Express , Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Kanpur, May 8: The increasing demand for power has found a new victim in agricultural land as the fly ash emitted by the coal-based power plants turn hectare upon hectare of fertile fields in the stat ...More


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