The Global Change Research Program (GCRP) in EPA

Pune The pollution display boards across the city could soon look different.

This paper arises from a concern over the lack of information (quantitatively) on the contributions of different source categories of air pollution in developing countries -
especially for fine particulate matter (PM), which is the major contributor to the adverse health effects of air pollution. Without reliable and accurate source information, it is

Close collaboration between scientists in China, India, Italy, Switzerland, and IIASA has resulted in a tool to help policymakers in China and India make sense of the complexities of air pollutant controls and greenhouse gas mitigation.

The regional road map for cleaner fuels and vehicles in Asia by ADB. Details the interaction between fuels and vehicle technologies and the approaches that Asian refineries can take to produce cleaner fuels, and suggests the way ahead.

Air quality management (AQM) is still a major challenge in Asia. The fast growing Asian economies and continued urbanization have increased the demand for mobility and energy in the region, resulting in high levels of air pollution in cities from transport, industry and other sources.

Air quality management (AQM) is still a major challenge in Asia. The fast growing Asian economies and continued urbanization have increased the demand for mobility and energy in the region, resulting in high levels of air pollution in cities from transport, industry and other sources. This report presents an update on efforts and progress to improving air quality in

Pune, September 19 A new machine for autorickshaws is set to serve a three-fold purpose: raise fuel efficiency by 30 per cent, reduce pollution levels and increase the driver

After a decade of deliberations and review of more than 1,700 new studies, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the new primary standard for ground-level ozone in March 2008. The new standard, 75 ppb, is being assailed from all sides

A bus rapid transit system is a bus route that operates in a dedicated lane, where passengers pay prior to boarding at boarding stations. Bus rapid transit systems can provide a number of environmental, economic, and social benefits in cities where they are implemented.

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