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Treading on a deadly pollution trajectory
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The transport sector emissions of PM 2.5 will increase about three times and emissions of NOx will increase by about five times by 2030. This is because of the expected growth of vehicles and stagnancy in adoption of better fuel quality and vehicular emission norms in India. This scenario could lead to increased mortalities, reduced agricultural yields and disruption in rainfall patterns. A stunning new book now charts out the transition for the transportation sector to curb growing air pollution levels and reverse an impending crisis.

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The road to achieve sustainable development goals and tackling climate change is an intellectual process. The Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2015 was a milestone to map our common destiny.

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Excerpts from a new book to reduce air pollution in India.

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As funding for cleaning the holy Ganga increases with each passing year, the levels of pollution show no signs of abating. How do you make effective use of the funds allocated by the NDA government to save a dying river?

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