Pm2.5 Delhi


'Pm2.5 Delhi' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Cloud Of Dust Hangs Over Delhi For Fourth Day, Air Quality Worsens

    Cloud Of Dust Hangs Over Delhi For Fourth Day, Air Quality Worsens

    As air pollution rose to staggering levels in Delhi, a thick cover of haze, dust and winds have enveloped the city for the fourth consecutive day today. Visibility in the national capital has also remained poor with the capital city's citizens being given warnings of severe health risks.

  • Nine Out Of 10 People Breathing Polluted Air: World Health Organization

    Nine Out Of 10 People Breathing Polluted Air: World Health Organization

    More than 90 percent of the global population is breathing in high levels of pollutants, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, blaming poor air quality for some seven million deaths annually.

  • Delhi's Air Quality May Get Worse As Winds Slow Down: 10 Points

    Delhi's Air Quality May Get Worse As Winds Slow Down: 10 Points

    There's a high chance that air quality in the national capital will turn bad today as slowing wind speed loses the ability to dilute and push out pollutants from the city. Tuesday's air quality index was recorded at a "very poor" level of 335 -- bad for those suffering from respiratory issues -- according to the Central Pollution Control Board or C...

  • Delhi Air Pollution: 'Dust' Screen Hiding Bigger Killers

    Delhi Air Pollution: 'Dust' Screen Hiding Bigger Killers

    Dust may be the most visible marker of Delhi's air pollution, but its sheer abundance may actually be masking the bigger killers- emissions from vehicles, thermal power plants and industries.

  • Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    The Arvind Kejriwal government raised Rs 787 crore as environment cess in two years but has spent only a fraction of it on fighting pollution, a Right to Information or RTI query has revealed

  • Delhi Air Pollution: A Look At Air Quality Index

    Delhi Air Pollution: A Look At Air Quality Index

    Delhi air pollution has peaked 40 times the World Health Organisation's safe level mark. As per Central Pollution Control Board, the pollution level in Delhi on Monday at 4 PM was recorded as 'severe', with air quality levels being 460.

  • 'Wouldn't Leave If It Wasn't For Air Quality': Expats On Delhi Pollution

    'Wouldn't Leave If It Wasn't For Air Quality': Expats On Delhi Pollution

    Emily Bild, a consultant from the UK, has lived in India since 2006. She loves living in Delhi, her work and her support system in the city, but she has decided to leave after air quality in Delhi fell drastically

  • One Pollutant Alone Killed 5 Lakh Indians In 2015: Lancet

    One Pollutant Alone Killed 5 Lakh Indians In 2015: Lancet

    A new report published in the medical journal Lancet says that the pollutant PM2.5 alone killed five lakh Indians in 2015. For the first time, the report gives the number of deaths caused by each source of the pollutant, usually measured by levels of particulate matter or PM

'Pm2.5 Delhi' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Cloud Of Dust Hangs Over Delhi For Fourth Day, Air Quality Worsens

    Cloud Of Dust Hangs Over Delhi For Fourth Day, Air Quality Worsens

    As air pollution rose to staggering levels in Delhi, a thick cover of haze, dust and winds have enveloped the city for the fourth consecutive day today. Visibility in the national capital has also remained poor with the capital city's citizens being given warnings of severe health risks.

  • Nine Out Of 10 People Breathing Polluted Air: World Health Organization

    Nine Out Of 10 People Breathing Polluted Air: World Health Organization

    More than 90 percent of the global population is breathing in high levels of pollutants, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, blaming poor air quality for some seven million deaths annually.

  • Delhi's Air Quality May Get Worse As Winds Slow Down: 10 Points

    Delhi's Air Quality May Get Worse As Winds Slow Down: 10 Points

    There's a high chance that air quality in the national capital will turn bad today as slowing wind speed loses the ability to dilute and push out pollutants from the city. Tuesday's air quality index was recorded at a "very poor" level of 335 -- bad for those suffering from respiratory issues -- according to the Central Pollution Control Board or C...

  • Delhi Air Pollution: 'Dust' Screen Hiding Bigger Killers

    Delhi Air Pollution: 'Dust' Screen Hiding Bigger Killers

    Dust may be the most visible marker of Delhi's air pollution, but its sheer abundance may actually be masking the bigger killers- emissions from vehicles, thermal power plants and industries.

  • Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    Delhi Government Had 787 Crore In Green Fund, Spent Little, Finds RTI

    The Arvind Kejriwal government raised Rs 787 crore as environment cess in two years but has spent only a fraction of it on fighting pollution, a Right to Information or RTI query has revealed

  • Delhi Air Pollution: A Look At Air Quality Index

    Delhi Air Pollution: A Look At Air Quality Index

    Delhi air pollution has peaked 40 times the World Health Organisation's safe level mark. As per Central Pollution Control Board, the pollution level in Delhi on Monday at 4 PM was recorded as 'severe', with air quality levels being 460.

  • 'Wouldn't Leave If It Wasn't For Air Quality': Expats On Delhi Pollution

    'Wouldn't Leave If It Wasn't For Air Quality': Expats On Delhi Pollution

    Emily Bild, a consultant from the UK, has lived in India since 2006. She loves living in Delhi, her work and her support system in the city, but she has decided to leave after air quality in Delhi fell drastically

  • One Pollutant Alone Killed 5 Lakh Indians In 2015: Lancet

    One Pollutant Alone Killed 5 Lakh Indians In 2015: Lancet

    A new report published in the medical journal Lancet says that the pollutant PM2.5 alone killed five lakh Indians in 2015. For the first time, the report gives the number of deaths caused by each source of the pollutant, usually measured by levels of particulate matter or PM

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