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Saving The Environment, One Rubber Tyre At A Time

The time is just about right to focus on the planet and the people, just as much as the profit. Earlier would have been better, but any later, and there may not be much of a planet to save.

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India To Get Above-Average Monsoon Rains In Next Two Weeks: IMD Official

India has received 17 per cent less rain than average since the monsoon season began on June 1.

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Budget 2019: To Mitigate Environmental Issues - Govt Should Have Proper Fund Allocation

The upcoming budget is eagerly looked upon by all concerned for the environment. There is huge pressure on the Finance Ministry for the proper allocation of funds.

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Cyclone Vayu: Power Supply Disrupted In 560 Gujrat Villages

The GUVNL teams were finding it difficult to reach some of the water-logged coastal areas

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Environment Day 2019: Let’s Plant More Trees To Breath Clean Air

The theme for this year, set by the United Nations Environment Program is Air Pollution, a much-needed theme to raise awareness and action in India.

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Over 1.2 Million Early Deaths In India Due To Air Pollution: Report

Out of these, 3 million deaths are directly attributed to PM2.5, half of which is from India and China together

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The Future Of Green Logistics In India

Countering the impact of traditional logistics practices, Green logistics attempts to measure and minimize the ecological impacts of logistics activities. It encompasses a wide variety of sub- sectors viz. warehousing, transportations, packaging, distribution and disposal

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Delhi's Air Quality Remains 'Very Poor' Due To Unfavourable Weather Conditions

The Centre-run System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting (SAFAR) said the overall air quality of Delhi continues to remain in the 'very poor' range

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The Stick Has To Be Used For The Right Thing: Bhure Lal, Chairman, EPCA

The EPCA Chairman (and former Secretary, CVC) Bhure Lal, tells BW Businessworld’s Prabodh Krishna that the impact of stubble burning on the winter air was severe

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Environment: No Smoke Without Fire

Stubble burning envelopes Delhi and the NCR in a deadly smog every winter. BW Businessworld examines why the practice is so hard to fight, even though it is such an obvious health hazard

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Things To Consider Before Buying An Air Pollution Mask

Here are the details that will provide you with some fundamental and useful points to consider when choosing an effective air pollution mask

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'We Need To Build An Environment Of Research To Flourish Academic System Of Our Country'

Dr Y Vijay also pointed out that we need to improve the quality of our education. He stressed the fact that India needs to work hard towards research and inventions

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Ocean Park- Hong Kong’s Wonderland

Prior to my visit at Ocean Park, I was ambivalent about the place. I didn’t exactly know how the experience at Ocean Park would be but after the tour was completed, I wanted to visit again.

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How 'Green' Is Your Company?

Investing in the 'right' technology can shift our position from 'correction' to 'reversal'

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Part I: Earth Emergency - Let's Get Moving

In today's medicine, a timely emergency "code red" is a most positive thing because evidence shows that it DOES save lives. Well, we are definitely in a "code red" for the living Earth

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