The Central Environmental Authority (CEA) of Sri Lanka has implemented an integrated air quality management project, 'Blue Sky 2020', to minimize emission of greenhouse gases and resulting adverse

Bangalore is one of the fastest growing cities in Asia with a population of over 8 million and growing rapidly in all directions. With accelerated economic development and coupled with uncontrolled urbanization, the number of vehicles on the road has increased exponentially over the last ten years.

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Shanghai's air quality index reporting system was due to be updated on Friday by the city's Environmental Protection Bureau to provide real-time information to the public.

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This study by Sarath Guttikunda and Puja Jawahar focuses on the energy and emissions outlook for the transport sector in India which could effectively result in a co-benefits framework for better air quality management in the cities & national climate policy dialogue.

Accelerating growth in the transport sector, a booming construction industry, and a growing industrial sector are responsible for worsening air pollution in Indian cities.

New York City has a plan to keep the subways from flooding. Queensland, Australia, has a plan to keep agricultural lands from drying up. Chicago has a plan to cope with higher temperatures.

CPCB has established the National Ambient Air Quality Monitoring (NAMP) Network, covering 209 cities/towns of the country in compliance with the mandate under the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 to collect compile and disseminate information on air quality.

A draft plan listing out the measures required to improve the air quality in the city, including the equipment need, has been prepared by the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB).