Authors: Yogesh Ranganath and Asavari Raj Sharma Source: Deccan Herald Earlier this year, India submitted an official interest to bid for the 2032 Summer Olympics – a huge opportunity for athletes in a nation where results have never matched potential, mostly because of abysmal funds, facilities and management. The Indian Olympic Association has also said.
Source: Deccan Chronicle Author: Aksheev Thakur Bengalureans of old may lament at the way the city has changed over the years, and office-goers may find driving on its roads tough with its traffic growing by leaps and bounds, but despite all the grumbling and concerns about Bengaluru’s future, the authorities seem little concerned about where.
Authors: Yogesh Ranganath and Asavari Raj Sharma Source: Deccan Herald It’s World Environment Day today, and the United Nations Environment Programme has set ‘air pollution’ as the theme for 2019. Air pollution is now a public health emergency. Some seven million people die prematurely every year worldwide because of polluted air, with more than half.
Study also shows air purifiers are not really suitable for outdoors Author: Reya Mehrotra Source: Bangalore Mirror A study has revealed what we always believed in — air purifiers are better suited for indoors than outdoors and if the government wants to still use them, it would need to install 4 lakh air purifiers in.
Do you think Bengaluru’s air is as bad as that of Delhi? Source: Bangalore Mirror Balakrishna MR BM reader Delhi is clogged and has been reported to be the worst city to breathe, in India. The current summer and the vast civic constructions in the city are worrying and could lead to Bengaluru becoming the.
Author: Anil Ramaprasad Air pollution has been in the news every day for the past few months and there is a strong sense among people to act and to find solutions to the problem. A common reaction to air pollution is to recommend mass planting of trees across the city. Trees are great, don’t get.
Source: Bengaluru Mirror Our series of stories on the high levels of particulate matter detected in the city’s air has understandably got the citizens talking. View full article
Authors: Kumaran P and Sowmya Rajaram Source: Bangalore Mirror BM went across the city to measure the quality of air Bengalureans inhale as they go about their day. View full article
Author: Sowmya Rajaram Source: Bangalore Mirror Particulate Matter 2.5 or PM2.5 is that speck of dust that slips past your body’s defence mechanism and causes massive damage to your lungs and heart. View full article
Bengaluru badly needs a tall, dense hedge; here’s why Author: Sowmya Rajaram Source Bangalore Mirror View full article