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Travel today is relatively faster, and people across the world are travelling more than ever before. But at a giant cost: urban roads are choked with vehicles. The air throttles millions. While the affluent scramble for more road space, the not-so-lucky are getting cramped into increasingly smaller areas. The dream of mobility generated by the private motor vehicle is gradually turning into a nightmare of immobility, and pollution
CPCB asks generator manufacturer to recall its product, a first time for India
Fuel inefficiency of US vehicles more conspicuous as petrol prices spiral upwards
On fine particulate matter emissions
By using hydrogen fuel cells -- the best alternatives to fossil fuels -- we may be heading towards another environmental disaster
"Tonight I am proposing $1.2 billion in research funding so that America can lead the world in developing clean, hydrogen-powered automobiles," declared us President George Bush in his State of the Union Address to the congress in January 2003. The announcement is just one among a spate of recent developments worldwide which indicate that the journey towards a hydrogen economy is gathering speed
Diesel becomes a dirty word in the official US environmental lexicon
A voluntary effort to promote alternative fuel vehicles in the US goes into overdrive
by Chandrachur Ghose
URBAN TRANSPORT, ENVIRONMENT AND EQUITY: THE CASE FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES By Eduardo A . Vaconcellos . 333 pages . 2001 . Earthscan Publications Ltd, London and Sterling, VA
THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE AND THE BURDEN OF HISTORY· David A Kirsch· Rutgers University Press· New Jersey·US $20
Threat from occupational exposure to pollutants, especially to young children and pregnant women, is growing rapidly. There is no time for complacency, note scientists
Diesel vehicles still have a long way to go as far as controlling particulate emissions is concerned and at the current level of technology development, diesel is harmful to public health