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In a new study, New Delhi-based think tank Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) on Monday lifted the lid on the dark underbelly of a large-scale global trade of old and used vehicles from high

About 20 million vehicles that require scrapping have accumulated in India, according to a report by an Indian think tank.

The study "Clunkered: Combating Dumping of Used Vehicles -- A roadmap for Africa and South Asia" says every year out of the staggering global vehicle stock of two billion, more than 40 million vehi

Global motorization is rapid and explosive. As many as 2 billion vehicle tailpipes spew noxious pollutants and heat-trapping gases across the world. But as newer vehicles are inflating the global rolling stock every year, huge numbers are also becoming old and obsolete.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 23/07/2018 regarding plans to combat air pollution in Delhi. It has been submitted by the Amicus that it is possible to have buses with a mix of Hydrogen and CNG. She says that the IOCL has tried this technology and it has proved to be successful. Counsel appearing on behalf of SIAM says that it may not be very difficult to have Hydrogen – CNG mix fuel buses on the road but he will also like to take detailed instructions in this regard. Notice issued to Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.

NEW DELHI: Delaying implementation of emission norms for thermal power plants could mean massive health and air pollution costs, a new report has said.

Deadly carbon emissions need to be challenged with not just activism, but also innovation. Chakr Shield is a device that plugs pollution at source.

Under an ambitious project to manage the biodegradable waste, 10 biomethanation plants will be set up across the city to generate biogas that will generate electricity and enriched organic manure f

It is well understood that segregation at source lies at the heart of good waste management. Segregation improves collection and processing efficiency.

India’s food safety regulator the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is launching a campaign to persuade firms to reduce the use of salt, sugar and eliminate trans-fat in their pr

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