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Agra’s Green Push: Over One Crore Saplings To Be Planted This Monsoon In The City Of Taj Mahal
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Agra’s Green Push: Over One Crore Saplings To Be Planted This Monsoon In The City Of Taj Mahal

While the Uttar Pradesh government targets planting crores of trees in this year in Agra, environmental activists ask where is the space? ...
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Need Practical Approach For Electric Vehicles Adoption Targets: Society Of Indian Automobile Manufacturers
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Need Practical Approach For Electric Vehicles Adoption Targets: Society Of Indian Automobile Manufacturers

According to the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers, the automobile industry is currently facing multiple challenges including upgrading vehicles to make these Bharat Stage VI emission norms compliant by April 1, 2020 ...
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Breathless In India: A Photo Exhibition That Calls For Accepting Air Pollution A National Public Health Emergency
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Breathless In India: A Photo Exhibition That Calls For Accepting Air Pollution As National Public Health Emergency

‘Breathless In India’ is a photo exhibition which aimed to tell stories about people fighting high levels of pollution and attempted to show that pollution is an all-pervasive and no longer a regional problem ...
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National Green Tribunal Orders Probe On A Plea Highlighting Dangers Of Plastic Food Packaging
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National Green Tribunal Orders Probe On A Plea Highlighting Dangers Of Plastic Food Packaging

The National Green Tribunal was hearing a plea filed by an NGO on the use of plastic packages that highlight the adverse impact of plastic on health and environment ...
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92 Percent Of World Population Without Clean Air: Environmental Scientist Uma Charan Mohanty
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92 Percent Of World Population Without Clean Air: Environmental Scientist Uma Charan Mohanty

Environmental expert said that air pollution is adversely contributing to climate change and triggering extreme weather events like cyclones of extreme intensity and heat waves ...
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‘Swachh Survekshan League 2020’ Launched, Cities And Towns To Be Ranked On Cleanliness Every Quarter
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‘Swachh Survekshan League 2020’ Launched, Cities And Towns To Be Ranked On Cleanliness Every Quarter

Swachh Survekshan 2020 league which will assess cities on a quarterly basis will be integrated with the fifth edition of the Swachh Survkeshan ...
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Air Pollution: Delhi's 'Bad Air' Days Down By 33 Per Cent, Says Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar
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Air Pollution: Delhi’s ‘Bad Air’ Days Down By 33 Per Cent, Says Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar

Speaking at an event to mark World Environment Day, Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar urged people to take measures to protect the environment every day like saving water and electricity, cycling for short distances, using public transport and practice regular pollution check for vehicles ...
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Most Consumers Will Pay More For Products That Can Be Reused And Recycled, Finds A Survey
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Most Consumers Will Pay More For Products That Can Be Reused And Recycled, Finds A Survey

As per a study conducted by Accenture Strategy, nearly three-quarters of the 6,000 respondents said they are currently buying more environmentally friendly products than they were five years ago ...
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Centre For Science And Environment Pushes For Use Of Solar Rooftop In Residential Societies In Gurgaon
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Centre For Science And Environment Pushes For Use Of Solar Rooftop In Residential Societies In Gurgaon

According to Centre for Science and Environment, using solar energy instead of diesel generator will be beneficial in order to reduce air pollution as compared to the pollution diesel generators ...
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India's Forest Cover Increased By One Per Cent In The Last Five Years, says Union Minister Prakash Javadekar
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India’s Forest Cover Increased By One Per Cent In The Last Five Years, Says Union Minister Prakash Javadekar

On his visit to National Museum of Indian Cinema, Mumbai, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar urged people to plant at least 10 trees to contribute towards protecting the environment ...
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We Are Not Taking Air Pollution Menace Seriously: National Green Tribunal Chairman
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We Are Not Taking Air Pollution Menace Seriously: National Green Tribunal Chairman

On the occasion of World Environment Day, Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel, chairman of the National Green Tribunal said that the government and the citizens need to come together to fight air pollution ...
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National Mission For Clean Ganga Organises Events To Mark World Environment Day
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National Mission For Clean Ganga Organises Events To Mark World Environment Day

National Mission for Clean Ganga organised a national level programme to mark the World Environment Day and also launched a new publication highlighting the work of the Namami Gange Projects ...
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