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With a forest cover of almost 30%, one national park and about eleven wildlife sanctuaries, one would assume that Jharkhand is a verdant paradise – however with mining and industrialisation, today the AQI of most towns or cities in Jharkhand stand above a 100! While the increasing incidences of runny noses, allergies and respiratory systemContinue reading “Women For Clean Air – Jharkhand”
The sacred forest at Mattewara is one of the last surviving forests of Punjab – legend has it that it was visited by two Sikh Gurus – Guru Nanak Dev Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji. It is said that the Mattewara forest which lies on the flood plains of the Satluj river, was mentionedContinue reading “Mattewara – sacred no longer?”
Sherebanu Frosh takes us through her favourite air apps and websites. “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it” Far from being a trope, this is a very important truth that all of us need to know in order to survive current dystopian levels of air pollution in India. We need to know, asContinue reading “Measure what Matters”
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