World Health Organization’s research reveals almost 92 percent of the world population lives in places with unsafe level of air pollution. Countries are trying to make some difference and check air pollution, but the measure are not at all significant. The quality of air
India’s national airliner – Air India employees at old airport complex, kalina, Mumbai are voluntarily recycling organic waste at source. Over past year, Air India’s environmental wing has converted over 3,500 kilogram of green waste into 500kg of organic manure. The airliner recently completed a
Air pollution is one of the most serious perils, and particulate emission is the biggest contributor. While, most countries are paying no heed to the dire situation caused by air pollution, a company – offshoot of MIT Media Lab is working on a way to
The world is aware of the poor air quality in Beijing, but a shocker came earlier this week when pollution levels in English capital London were reported to be worse than that recorded in Beijing. Shockingly, this is the first time ever that Air Quality
Volkswagen, considered a credible and reputed car manufacturer until it was exposed by Environmental Protection Agency last Friday, has shattered the trust of millions of consumers around the world as well intentionally cheated governments by manipulating emission tests. Volkswagen CEO,Martin Winterkorn, accepted the company has
Air pollution from various sources is worsening day by day, and poverty stricken developing nations are hit most by the adverse effects of it. India is already the host to world’s most polluted city – the capital city Delhi.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has revealed plans to deliver a new Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), due to go live in September 2020, in the hope of curbing the 9,500 premature deaths each year in the capital due to air-pollution. The ULEZ scheme will require all
China is making full use of the worsening state of pollution in India to educate,warn, and scare its public about the ugly future
A research by scientists at a Delhi based independent agency SAFAR revealed that Delhi isn’t just world’s most polluted city, but its air is also contaminated by lethal class of pollutant particles in vehicular emissions – PM1 particles – the thinnest class of pollutant particles.