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Air pollution is more detrimental to health than cigarette smoke says Dr. Randeep Guleria, former director of the AIIMS

Dr. Randeep Guleria,  former director of AIIMS, Delhi, has cautioned that air pollution in the national capital and the NCR region is seriously harming people’s organs.  Dr. Guleria, who also serves as the head of the department of pulmonary medicine and sleep disorders speaking to ANI said “It is more responsible for disability than even cigarette smoke.  We discuss smoking a lot, but not tobacco use.  But today, air pollution carries a bigger share of the blame for disability than smoking did in the past, and it too is a major issue.” “So unfortunately the AQI is at severe range and we`ve seen that every year. There have …

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Activists asks not to grant extension of clearance to Himachal hydro project

Close to 1,000 representatives of environmental action groups, locals and academics have asked the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change not to grant extension …

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Cats and picnics get more mentions than the environment: BAFTA

The new report ‘Subtitles to save the World’ shows that words like ‘cats’ and ‘picnics’ both get more mentions on British television than the environment ‘Planet …

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UN chief Guterres says world ‘not on track’ with climate change

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres launched a brief South Pacific tour in New Zealand Sunday, warning the world was “not on track” to limiting global …

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Think about climate change, pollution while casting votes: Activists urge Delhiites

Green activists Friday expressed concern over “evasive behaviour” of political parties towards environmental issues in the city, urging Delhiites to consider air pollution and climate …

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