Eliminating a Silent Killer in the Kitchen of Millions of Homes
While most of us spend our time contemplating which cookies are best- choco chip or butter cookies in the supermarket, Deepak Ashwani a young guy from Kapurthala in Punjab is busy with cookies of all together different type- Fuel Cookies.
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Pollution Ruining Iconic Monuments in India
While the threat to some of India’s most prized possessions is both vast and complicated, Dholakia said the pride that Indians have in these iconic structures will move people and policymakers to protect these heritage sites.
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What Exactly is in Every Breath You Take?
But while you may expect some of these environmental pollutants to be lurking in the air you breathe, there are other, quite shocking, things -- from underground, outer space and more -- in there as well.
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The Environmental Impact of Our Turbans
Cotton is the primary raw material used in making turbans, patkas, other clothing we use as Sikhs. It takes anywhere from 700-2700 litres of water to grow enough cotton to make one turban.
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China To Declare War... on Pollution
China will fight smog with the same determination it battled poverty and all society should “act more vigorously to protect the land our lives depend upon,” (Premier) Li said.
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The Worst Air Pollution in the World is NOT in Beijing
Beijing's air pollution isn't even that bad... relatively speaking. "Lately, a very bad air day in Beijing is about an average one in New Delhi," says the New York Times in an article about the Indian city's smog.
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Darbar Sahib: Yadgaar, Non-Sikh Tourists & Pollution
Visiting Darbar Sahib is a mixed experience.
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Environment ~ Our Oceans
It is a powerful visual journey into the heart of an astonishingly symbolic environmental tragedy.
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India’s Air the World’s Unhealthiest, Study Says
India has the worst air pollution in the entire world, beating China, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh, according to a study released during this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos.
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Uranium, metals make Punjab toxic hotspot
After discovery of high levels of uranium in hair samples of a large number of mentally retarded children in Punjab’s Malwa region last year, another study suggests Punjab has become a hotspot of environmental toxicity of multiple types.
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