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Cities, Businesses and Urban Citizens Can Save the Planet from Climate Change

PRESS RELEASE: Cities, Businesses and Urban Citizens Can Save the Planet from Climate Change Research reveals the actions needed in the world’s cities, delivered by mayors, CEO’s and citizens, to make the ambition of Paris Agreement a reality London, UK (01 June 2017) Cities, businesses and urban citizens are today looking to the most comprehensive roadmap available on how they

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3rd Envirotech Asia! – An International Exhibition & Conference on Envirotech Industries. During 22-23-24 November 2017, at Hall-5 Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon(E), Mumbai, Maharashtra ,India.

In present scenario due to industrialization and increased population, Indian cities are facing various environmental tribulations like urban congestion, deteriorating air and water quality and waste management while the rural areas are prone to deforestation, biodiversity and habitat loss, crop failure, desertification, land degradation, clean drinking water, noise pollution and lack of sanitation. ENVIROTECH ASIA provides a topical arena for

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Climate Resilient Infrastructure Planning for Greater Mumbai

Climate Resilient Infrastructure Planning for Greater Mumbai Urban infrastructure plays a critical role in sustaining the resources required for managing a city. It provides critical social and economic services beyond its boundaries. While the location and urban service has to be upgraded with rise in population and change in demographics, the design and development has to with stand climate change

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Abuse and climate change killing Yamuna

Abuse and climate change killing Yamuna Juhi Chaudhary ,  05.06.16 A photographer’s journey down the Yamuna in Delhi captures the extent of climate change effects, abuse and encroachments Collecting plastic bottles and packets from the Yamuna for recycling Yamuna, India’s second longest river, rises in the Garhwal Himalayas, where climate change is affecting the availability of water. The flow in the

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Kolkata’s heat islands show increased intensity

Kolkata’s heat islands show increased intensity Dhruba Dasgupta ,  29.06.16 A rapid loss of green cover, more vehicles on the roads and massive pressure of urbanisation are contributing to the negative change in microclimate in most cities in India The urban heat island effect in Kolkata is causing concern. (Photo by John Hunter) From leafy residential neighbourhoods such as Alipore

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