Air Pollution

  • About us

    <div> <strong>What happened to our right to CLEAN AIR!&nbsp;</strong></div> <div> &nbsp;</div> <div> Our campaign started with blowing the lid on smog and exposing the smogmakers in a city where

  • Contact us

    <div> CENTRE FOR SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENT</div> <div> 41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area,</div> <div> New Delhi. India - 110062</div> <div> Tel: +91-11 29955124/125; 29956394, Ext. 221, 222</div>

  • Hyderabad

    <div style="width:100%;"> Hyderabad Metropolitan Area spreads over 1905 sq.km. The city has 7 million people. Additional one million people enter the city every day. The central core of the city -- only168

  • Kolkata

    <div style="width:100%;"> Kolkata Municipal Corporation has an area of 185 km2 and the Kolkata Metropolitan Area is spread over 1,750 km2 with 15 million people. Pollution levels in Kolkata are high

  • Mumbai

    <div style="width:100%;"> Mumbai on the West coast of India is the financial capital of India. The City has grown phenomenally over the years with several suburbs and extended suburbs being added to

  • Pune

    <div style="width:100%;"> Pune is amongst the fastest growing cities in the county. . During 1991-2001, its population increased by 50.08 percent, compared to a 40 percent growth in the previous decade.

  • Kanpur

    <div style="width:100%;"> Kanpur is the largest city in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is spread over an area of 260 sq km with a population of 25.51 lakh. The population is expected to increase to 48

  • City Action-Chandigarh

    <div style="width:100%;"> Chandigarh is one of the most planned towns of India. This is also one of the richest cities witnessing spurt in personal transport leading to problems of congestion, inadequate

  • Guwhati

    <div style="width:100%;"> Guwahati is the largest city in the North-East Region of India, with a population of 8,18,809 (2001 census). Guwahati is a major commercial, educational and cultural centre.

  • International Conference on "Development, Biodiversity and Climate Change: Issues and Challenges", 03-05 October 2014, Chamba, Himachal Pradesh, India

    The Climate Change-Biodiversity report of the IPPC (April, 2002) highlights that changing land use and land cover, soil and water/air pollution, diversion of water to intensively managed ecosystems and

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