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  • How India’s Coal Power Expansion Triggered An Air Pollution Crisis

    Blogpost by Lauri Myllyvirta - May 25, 2016 at 17:17

    Hard Coal Truth

    In New Delhi, where drivers routinely turn on their emergency indicators to be seen in the winter smog, the air pollution debate has largely focused on two sources of air pollution: cars inside the city and agricultural waste-burning in the countrys... Read more >

  • Analysing the National Air Quality Index Platform

    Blogpost by Sunil Dahiya - April 6, 2016 at 14:11

    6th April 2016 marks the first Anniversary of the launch of National Air Quality Index (NAQI) platform. The platform was adopted from similar platforms working in other regions such as the US, China and the EU. NAQI addresses the health emergency prev... Read more >

  • Violating the inviolate forests

    Blogpost by Ravi Chellam - March 21, 2016 at 20:25

    Every year, between the months of March and April, Mahan forest in Madhya Pradesh bustles with activity. People from around the forest set up makeshift camps to collect Mahua fruits - a non-timber forest produce (NTFP) that forms a major chunk of thei...

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  • Fukushima Crisis Must Never Repeat Again!

    Blogpost by Hozefa Merchant - March 11, 2016 at 12:12

    Nuclear accidents do happen, more so when the planning and regulation process is exposed to industry influence. This is exactly what happened in Fukushima. The earthquake and the tsunami were just a trigger to an already compromised nuclear installati...

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  • Wildlife conservation/development? We’re telling the story wrong

    Blogpost by Ravi Chellam - March 4, 2016 at 17:57

    A version of this first appeared in Scroll.

    My earliest visions of forests and wildlife came straight out of comic books, inspired by the likes of Tarzan and Phantom. My first steps into a forest in the 1960s, as a young boy along with my grandfather... Read more >

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