Delhi’s air quality index falls to 340, restrictions imposed

As part of its Graded Response Action Plan, the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM), a Union government panel that makes recommendations for reducing air pollution in the nation’s capital, had earlier on Sunday announced a temporary ban on construction and demolition activities in Delhi-NCR (GRAP). The announcement was made after Delhi, and the national […]

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Health takes the center stage in COP27 climate change talks: WHO

Our health depends on the health of the climate surrounding us and these ecosystems are now under threat from deforestation, agriculture, and other land-use changes and rapid urban development,” according to the WHO. Geneva: The World Health Organization (WHO) issued a sad reminder that the climate crisis is still making people sick and endangering lives […]

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People rushing to OPDs in Delhi with symptoms attached to a drop in AQI…

Hospitals are noticing an increase in the number of patients visiting OPDs with health issues like breathing difficulties, tightness in the chest, asthmatic symptoms, runny noses, sore throats, itchy and watery eyes, and asthmatic symptoms. This is because the city has been exposed to toxic air for the past few days. NEW DELHI: As the […]

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Respiratory problems prevalent among 8 out of 10 kids, due to air pollution, say experts

On Tuesday morning, Delhi’s overall Air Quality Index (AQI) was 385, indicating that the city’s air quality was still “very poor.” In New Delhi: According to an expert, nearly eight out of ten hospitalized children have a respiratory problem due to the poor air quality in the national capital and NCR region. The AQI was […]

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More people might be breathing unsafe air than we know….

Inger Andersen stated that the world needed immediate action, new technology, and international cooperation to reduce air pollution for the most vulnerable. Today, 99% of the world’s population breathes air that exceeds the WHO’s PM2.5 guideline, according to hourly data provided by the United Nations on the age groups most exposed to polluted air. In […]

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