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The deadly air pollution in Delhi smog had taken a toll on millions of people living in the city. Costa Rican envoy Mariela Cruz Alvarez had to leave Delhi after her "lungs collapsed from the heavy pollution". Dean of Diplomatic Corps Frank Hans Dannenberg Castellanos said he will be meeting Ministry of External Affairs to discuss effective measures to combat Air Pollution in the city
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The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation in collaboration with a local recycling enterprise is carving out beautiful street furniture which will be filled with scrap materials like chips packets, soft drink cans and polythene covers among many. The art like furniture will be on display during the Global Entrepreneurship Summit
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Properly collected road dust can be converted to usable sand to be used for construction, but adequate infrastructure to collect and convert road dust remains unavailable
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Meet the little warriors from across India who are taking matters into their hands to spread the swachh agenda for the sake of protecting the fragile environment
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Khar Gymkhana, one of the oldest clubs of Mumbai converts all its wet waste daily into compost which is used in their cricket ground, nearby societies and civic body owned properties
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As Delhi continues to choke in the deadly smog, here’s a look at how this historic city is suffering, through the monuments that define this city
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A more realistic and phased out approach of bringing electric vehicles on India’s streets will work better than ambitious and unrealistic targets
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A deadly mixture of toxic pollutants, smog has a history of hazard attached to it and has affected air quality globally
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Vehicular emissions, construction dust and waste burning are the primary culprits why Delhi is reeling under severe air pollution
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A range of effective measures and natural advantage keeps Chennai air breathable
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As Delhi continues to choke in hazardous air pollution levels, we take a look at how China deals with air pollution
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Based on the performance of the last two editions of the odd-even scheme in 2016, experts feel it is a temporary solution and not a sustainable solution to tackle air pollution
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