The Report also has maps showing hotspots are now available for targeting high risk intersections and corridors.
The initiative #Cycle2Work is aimed at fitness and well-being of the employees for greater productivity, and for reducing pollution in Delhi.
The Minister made a significant announcement during the Green Building Summit that All 100 smart cities would also have green stations.
The British Safety Council has published the names of organisations shortlisted for the Sector Awards of the International Safety Awards 2016.
This Independence Day let us pledge to do whatever it takes to free Delhi from the clutches and oppression of the air pollution monster.
Here are highlights from the Environment Minister’s recently made presentation to highlight the achievements of the Government of India in protecting the environment and wildlife of India.
The Indian Railways will not spend a penny more on the energy bill of ₹30,000 crores incurred during the last financial year, despite increasing freight and passenger traffic!
We bring out and identify 26 out of the total 70 Action Points from the AAP’s Election Manifesto in order to understand and follow-up with the Delhi Government on its Environmental Action Plan.
The Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Dr. Harsh Vardhan (centre) releasing a study report entitled ‘Peddling towards a Greener India: A Report on Promoting Cycling in the Country’, prepared by the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) on 27.08.2014. Also seen (left) is DG – TERI, Dr. R. K. Pachauri.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 16 (starting April 16, 2012) 2012.
It was the April month in the year 2008. The recently launched BRT system in Delhi was being bombarded left and right by the media and people alike. The BRT had come at a cost of several hundred heritage trees of Delhi, which were removed to widen the road and provide additional space for the overall architecture of the BRT. But this was not the reason why the BRT was being criticized in the media or objected to by a portion of the public. The “Bus” Rapid Transit had slowed down the flow of cars and similar private automobiles in its 5.8 km stretch was the principal reason why the media was bashing up the Government for having conceived and installed the BRT corridor.
“We should carry three tasks namely mandatory fuel economic standard, improvement in quality of fuel and fiscal policy regime. The immediate task ahead at us is to have Mandatory Fuel Economic Standards.”, announced Mr. Jairam Ramesh, Minister of Environment and Forests (I/C) in his inaugural speech at a workshop on […]