Air pollution from brake dust may be as harmful as diesel exhaust on immune cells: New study
Look back at the decade: Clean vehicles
Electric and hybrid vehicles trylu 'arrived' in the second decade of the millenium.
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'It is cheaper to ride motorbikes than take buses in Indian cities'
Poor hit the most hit by an inaccessible public transport system, says India Exclusion Report 2018-19
Bolivian lithium: why you should not expect any ‘white gold rush’ in the wake of Morales overthrow
Demand for lithium depends on a several factors not under the Latin American country's control
14 ways citizens and govt can help reduce air pollution in Delhi
An environmentalist suggests few solutions, which, if adopted by both the administration and the people, can better the capital’s air quality
BSIV muddle in stimulus package for auto-industry
Why Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's stimulus package for auto sector states the obvious that BSIV vehicles registered before BSVI roll out …
No buyers for e-cars in govt departments, Centre extends deadline
So far, only 652 vehicles have been deployed when the target was 10,000, said Union Minister of State for Power and Renewable Energy RK …
Remove cap on autorickshaws in Delhi-NCR to boost public transport: EPCA
In latest report, environment body suggests restricting private vehicle ownership to reduce congestion, vehicular emissions
Vehicular fumes escalate deaths and illness: New global study
Diesel vehicles responsible for nearly half the world's premature deaths. Delhi ranks sixth
Lax global laws let the rich junk polluting vehicles in low-income nations
Rich nations are dumping their old, used and close-to-being-scrapped vehicles in low-income vehicle importing countries of Africa and South Asia …
EPCA calls for ban on entry of trucks into Delhi from November 8-10
The body has also suggested that private diesel cars should not be driven during the period in view of the forecast for worsening air pollution
Pollution emergency in Delhi-NCR: What it means and what to do
Let’s better understand and help reduce air pollution in the national capital, which is observing a 10-day emergency
Cities must lead the action on climate change
Administrators of cities across the world underline the importance of urban centres in tackling climate change at the Global Climate Action …
Diesel cars fail to meet European emission standards, reveals report
Tests carried out under urban driving conditions showed the NOx emissions of diesel cars to be much higher than the prescribed limit
No new diesel cars meet EU NOx emission standards: study
The study contests car manufacturers' claim that newest diesel cars are far cleaner
Why Delhi needs more e-rickshaws
These vehicles play a significant role in enhancing last-mile connectivity and improving the city’s air quality. However, several …
Diesel cars: Market shuns the Devil’s engines
Public health concern finally bends the sales curve of diesel cars. India aligns with the global trend
How can Africa breathe easy when millions of used cars from the West hit its roads each year?
In absence of any no regional or global agreements to govern the flow of used vehicles, the continent is now getting flooded with polluting vehicles
Energy in news on April 13
Here’s a round-up of today’s news reports and developments on energy
Centre launches e-Mobility Programme; 10,000 e-vehicles to be procured this year
Govt focussing on charging infrastructure and policy framework to ensure more than 30% of new vehicles in 2030 are electric
100% Indians exposed to PM 2.5 pollutants beyond limits
Long-term exposure to the pollutant has been associated with lung cancer
There will be an additional 1.2 billion cars on the road by 2030
Given the gravity of the situation, countries world over are slowly waking up to the challenge
E-vehicles or e-mobility?
India has unique reasons for faster adoption of electric vehicles, but we need to be bold and aggressive in our plans
What's your view of the road?
If we are not able to walk, we cannot really build a vibrant public transport network