Rapid industrialisation and urbanisation in the relentless pursuit of growth are causing irrevocable damage to mother earth and environment. Challenges posed by the evils of global warming and climate change are threatening the very existence of mankind.
India is battling a major environmental crisis of air pollution. This is because of an alarming rise in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions due to consumption of fossil fuels in transportation sector and also brown clouding due to existing practice of burning crop residues following the harvest season.
Burning of gasoline and agricultural waste results in emission of harmful gases, toxic materials as well as airborne particulate matter Read More
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