Air quality issues should get sorted once BS VI is rolled-out and mechanisms for real-world pollution monitoring and enforcement is in place.

While parts of North India battle the life-threatening smog, there is some good news and some bad news.

The public can be sensitised to the extent of air pollution

Experimental evidence and preliminary clinical evidence suggest that environmental air pollution adversely effects kidney health. Previous work has examined the association between fine particulate matter and risk of kidney disease; however, the association between ambient coarse particulate matter (PM10; ≤10 µm in aerodynamic diameter), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), and carbon monoxide (CO) and risk of incident chronic kidney disease, chronic kidney disease progression, and end-stage renal disease is not clear.

BENGALURU: You may feel choked on Bengaluru roads, thanks to smoke-spewing vehicles and dust.

Air Pollution Institute of Research will begin with collecting data to link pollution to diseases

The chances of brain stroke are higher.

The use of biomass for heat and power production is supported in many IEA countries since biomass as a renewable fuel can effectively substitute fossil fuels and consequently reduce fossil CO2. During biomass combustion, inhalable particulate matter smaller than 10 micrometres (PM10) can be generated which can cause adverse health impacts.

In this article, the author explains the impact of the leap being made by India from BS IV emission norms to BS VI and how emission control technology can make things better for the industry as wel

कमर्शियल वाहनों के बाद अब जल्द ही दिल्ली-एनसीआर में जेनरेटर सेट भी सीएनजी से चलते नजर आएंगे। इससे वायु प्रदूषण में 30 से 70 फीसद तक सुधार की संभावना है। इसके लिए दिल्ली, गाजियाबाद नोएडा और ग्रेटर न