Fossil-fuel burning for cooking purposes accounts for 12% of PM2.5 pollution in Delhi, traditional stoves produce soot that can cause asthma

The Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science & Technology, Environment & Forests, present this Two Hundred Sixty-ninth Report on "Environmental issues of Himachal Pradesh in General and Shimla in Particular".

Some 2.5% of Rwanda’s land will be planted with trees while the public is also be advised to use less charcoal.

Firewood will remain the cooking fuel for one-third of Indians even after a quarter of a century despite the government's efforts to promote clean energy , exposing millions of women and children t

Indoor air pollution is causing more deaths than outdoor air pollution and needs to be addressed with an integrated approach to increase the access to clean fuel in the country, leading environment

A new study “Air Pollution Challenges for developing megacities like Delhi” published today in the journal Atmospheric Environment has described how Delhi suffers a toxic blend of geography, growt

This paper presents an overview of current household energy trends in Africa, and the reasons why access to modern cooking facilities remains so low.

Only a fifth of rural households in India have access to an LPG connection and 95% of rural households use some form of traditional fuel for cooking, the largest energy access survey in

Kalangala — Mr Richard Ssegaluma, the owner of Luggo forest in Kalangala District, has asked Buganda Kingdom to pay him Shs9 billion if the kingdom wants to take over the forest.

For the past year, a steady stream of villagers has been visiting Muhammad Naeem's home in this quaint mountain town in Pakistan's northwestern Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.