How Angithi smoke can kill you?

How Angithi smoke can kill you?

A burning fireplace or a brazier can kill in just half an hour. A man and a woman were found dead inside a nightclub in Haryana’s Gurugram under mysterious circumstances, Preliminary investigations have indicated that the death was due to suffocation from smoke from a burning fireplace inside the room. According to the police, the … Read more

Farmers protest against reopening of wine factories in Punjab

Farmers in Punjab protest against distillery

The confrontation between the farmers and the security forces continued on the 2nd. On Tuesday, farmers loyal to several agricultural organizations forced their way through police barricades to reach the site of a protest against a distillery and an ethanol plant in Mansurwal village. Villagers under the banner of the Sanjha Zira Morcha have been … Read more

Mumbai: The world’s biggest beach cleanup

Mumbai: The world's biggest beach cleanup

The beach of Versova, in Mumbai, was a garbage dump, in which it was impossible to see the sand, let alone walk on it. However, this year a brigade of environmentalists from across the country. After 20 years of dirt, dozens of olive ridley turtles returned there. The driving force behind this initiative is the 40-year-old lawyer … Read more

Seven out of 10 people support global rules to end plastic pollution

Seven out of 10 people support global rules to end plastic pollution

More than seven out of 10 people support the issuance of mandatory standards in countries to end plastic pollution, showed a survey of 23,000 respondents in 34 countries, released this Wednesday the 23rd by the World Wide Fund for Nature or WWF and Australia-based environmental organization Plastic Free Foundation. Recycling plastic packaging The survey “is … Read more

Bihar Air is becoming poisonous, What are the reasons?

Why has pollution in Mumbai increased suddenly?

Over the past 20 days, the air in many Bihar cities has become the most poisonous in India. According to data released by the Central Pollution Control Board, Katihar in Bihar had the highest AQI (Air Quality Index) (360) out of 163 Indian cities. Delhi had an AQI of 354, Noida had an AQI of … Read more

How much Air Pollution do cars really cause?

How much Air Pollution do cars really cause?

The pollution caused by the use of vehicles has been on the lips of all politicians for a long time. The carbon dioxide emissions that cars release into the atmosphere and into the air we breathe are truly alarming; This is without counting the rest of the gases that they emit and that are harmful … Read more

Diwali pollution: Delhi most polluted in world on Diwali

Diwali pollution: Delhi most polluted in world on Diwali

Air quality in Delhi on Diwali turned “very bad” amid an increase in stubble burning, the exploding of firecrackers and moderately unfavorable weather conditions that allowed pollutants to build up. On Monday it was the most polluted city in the world, followed by Lahore in Pakistan, according to the Swiss organization IQAir. Delhiites woke up … Read more

How much pollution do crackers cause on Diwali?

Diwali pollution: Delhi most polluted in world on Diwali

The air quality index (AQI) in Delhi will remain in the ‘poor’ to lower end of the ‘very bad’ categories until the morning of Diwali day on October 24, 2022, predicted the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune. The national capital’s AQI fell to the … Read more

Air pollution: Delhi CM brings out a 15-point ‘winter action plan’

Delhi Pollution memes take over Twitter

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal discussed the “Winter Action Plan” to control pollution in the coming winters in Delhi. The Kejriwal-led government has published a 15-point agenda to tackle pollution. In his speech, CM Arvind Kejriwal said that 18.6% of pollution has been reduced. The pollution situation has improved under his government. Also, the people … Read more

Poor air quality is punished by heat and fires 

Human-caused fires cause 20,000 premature deaths a year

The increase in heat waves, and the greater number of forest fires they cause, will increasingly worsen air quality, damaging human health and ecosystems, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) warned on Wednesday 7. Air we breathe is polluted For Petteri Taalas, Secretary General of the WMO, “this is a preview of the future, since a greater increase … Read more