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People should know the air they breath can harm them, says Professor Guy Marks of the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research. The main concerns are vehicles, domestic wood heaters, mining, shipping and power stations, he says. "There is a need to
Though the International Finance Corporation announced a joint venture for setting up e-waste collection centres in Hyderabad for responsible recycling of the solid wastes, there has been no progress so far An ambitious plan to set up collection
Local and international consortiums are bidding for the establishment of a solid-waste processing plant in Makkah with investments estimated to reach SR3 billion, a senior official in the Municipality of Makkah said. Osama Al-Bar, mayor of Makkah,
The health toll on the Chinese population has been staggering, and the government is finally demonstrating the volition to take the problem seriously. Watch the video below to find out how all this adds up to considerable pain for American coal
EDT , September 12, 2013 Consider this next time you're sitting in traffic on the freeway: You're in a zone where air pollution can be five to 10 times higher than in surrounding areas. Even inside your vehicle, you're probably breathing in
The china Government is committed to decreasing the use of coal in the east, and to limit its dependence on nationwide fuel at a time when Chinese managers labor to reply to the growing public anxiety over the suffocating levels contamination.
The action plan sets specific goals for all of China's 338 county-level cities...The regions of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei province must reduce the concentration of PM 2.5 those smaller than 2.5 microns in diameter, which can penetrate deep into the
In our rush to make life easier, society decided to go blindly into the future without a thought of the ramifications. The results have been great profits for individuals who have invested their time and money in ventures that have improved the
Saved The Associated Press The Associated Press 3 hours ago A federal appeals court has rejected a bid to postpone pollution control upgrades at three Arizona coal-fired power plants. The state and four utility companies had asked the 9th Circuit U.S.
Experts say that by 2050 some parts of the world will experience extreme heat, making human survival very difficult. It is likely to increase further unless some remedial measures are immediately enforced. The developed world has already woken up to