Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF) retained National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) for conducting Environmental Post Evaluation of the Projects under the Schemes in the Taj Trapezium Zone. The objectives of the study was to see improvement in environmental quality on the
environs of Taj Mahal and other historical monuments, to provide

Pilot Study In CP Finds Disturbing Levels Of Heavy Metals That Pose Health Threat

KOLKATA 25 April: In order to pin down the cause of air pollution in the state, the state pollution control board will set up an Environment Compliance Assistance Centre (ECAC) at every small and medium enterprise such as, tanneries, petrochemical and bleaching factories.

Mumbai: The renovation of Wankhede stadium is polluting the environment. On inspecting the area, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has found a rise in the level of pollutants in the air and groundwater.

Compared to previous years, Chandigarh residents breathe fresher. Air quality in the Union Territory has improved considerably over the last few years, a survey has revealed.

The level of major pollutants

This document contains the presentation by Ranjit Kumar on Aerosol chemistry and climate change and public health at an Indo Gangetic Plain in India, presented at National climate research conference, IIT Delhi, March 5-6, 2010.

TNPCB along with corporation, the Department of Environment, police and fire rescue services is launching the initiative To create awareness among the public, the campaign will be conducted in 10 zones of the corporation on January 11 and 12

WITH Pongal round the corner, environmentalists are a worried lot, the reason being smoke generated from the ritualistic burning of old items during Bogi.

They staged a demonstration on Sunday near Thiru Vi Ka Park in Shenoy Nagar, to create awareness of the need for a smoke-free Bogi.

The National Capital Territory of Delhi not only has the highest density of population in India but also has the largest number of people living in an urban environment, as approximately 93.7% of the population live in the city. The present urban scenario of Delhi has resulted from an allround increase in industrial units and vehicular traffic.

This paper develops the model and methodology to estimate the marginal external cost of urban road transport, which is necessary for analysing optimal urban transport prices. Four major marginal external costs analysed in this paper include the marginal external costs for congestion, air pollution, road accidents and noise.