Two of the most important greenhouse gases, co2 and n2o, in the atmosphere reached a record high in 2006, said the World Meteorological Organization on November 24. While the average

The present study deals with the evaluation of effects of ambient gaseous air pollution on wheat (Triticum aestivum L. var. HUW-234) growing in a suburban area situated in eastern Gangetic plain of India, using open top chambers. Eight hourly air monitoring was conducted for ambient concentrations of SO2, NO2 and O3 in filtered chambers (FCs), non-filtered chambers (NFCs) and open plots (OPs).

daily commuting in metros can harm your eyes. Research by the Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, the Venu Eye Institute and Research Center and the Dr Rajendra Prasad Center

To understand the problem posed by diesel, it is necessary to understand the new information that has emerged over the last decade about its ill-effects. The first big finding come with air pollution experts discovering that diesel exhaust consists of 10-100 times more particles than petrol. More than that, experts soon began to realise that it is not the total quantity of particles that matters so much for public health as the size of the particles in vehicular exhaust. This monograph busted the myth that diesel is the fuel of the future and shows how harmful it is for the health.