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Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding News item published in “Indian Express” Authored by Mallica Joshi Titled “All fiddle as crop stubble burns, farmers say solutions out of reach” dated 30/10/2018 regarding stubble burning in States of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

Millions of lives could be saved and one billion people living in Asia could be breathing clean air by 2030 if 25 simple and cost-effective measures are implemented, according to this new UN report. It is the first comprehensive scientific assessment of the air pollution outlook in Asia and the Pacific.

The European Environment Agency (EEA) produces annual air pollution health risk assessments at the European level. These give an objective and comparable estimate of the impacts of air pollution on the population’s health. This briefing provides an overview of the methodology followed in the assessments.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Shibani Ghosh Vs Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change & Others dated 29/10/2018. This matter relates to air pollution being caused by Indian ships and ships entering the Indian territorial waters, the continental shelf and the exclusive economic zone.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 29/10/2018 regarding air pollution control in NCR Delhi.

Amicus Ccuriae has placed before the Court some submissions on urgent actions to control air pollution in NCR which the Court wants to impelemented with immediate effect. These suggestions which are now the directions of the Supreme Court are the following:

The report presents an updated overview and analysis of air quality in Europe from 2000 to 2016. It reviews the progress made towards meeting the air quality standards established in the two EU Ambient Air Quality Directives and towards the World Health Organization (WHO) air quality guidelines (AQGs).

Around 93% of the world's children under 15 years of age breathe air that is so polluted it puts their health and development at serious risk, accounting for 1.8 billion children, according to this new report published by the World Health Organization.

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court had announced that India will transit from the Bharat Stage (BS)-IV emission norms currently in place, to the BS-VI norms on April 1, 2020.

GURUGRAM: The city has witnessed a 150% increase in the number of days with ‘very poor’ air quality index (AQI) between October 1 and October 25, compared to last year.

HYDERABAD: In a far-reaching move to keep citizens informed about air pollution, the Telangana State Pollution Control Board (TSPCB) is gearing up to issue regular health advisories based on ambien