Announcement Details
 
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13/07/2014 Air pollution has increases by 47 per cent in last decade DNA Pune : Rise in pollution, urbanization and development are major reasons for the increasing pollution levels of the city....…[See more details in Media Coverage]
15/05/2014 Hadapsar most polluted in city TOI: Year-Long Survey Finds High Pollutant Levels Particularly in Winter.…[See more details in Media Coverage]
06/05/2014 Suffering from asthma? Avoid comfy auto rides, buses are safe DNA Pune : Amount of air pollutants less in public transport, suggests Chest Research Foundation survey…[See more details in Media Coverage]
03/05/2014 ‘UV radiation levels on rise’ The Indian Express : RECORDS from April 20 to May 1 show that Ultraviolet-Index has been around eight, especially in the afternoon. …[See more details in Media Coverage]
20/04/2014 "Cover up, UV radiation rising in city" TOI Pune : Here why one should avoid exposure to direct sunlight for long hours – the city’s ultra violet (UV) radiation index between medium and high-risk mark for over a month now, and there are health now, and there are health risks if one remains out in the sun for long. …[See more details in Media Coverage]
20/03/2014 Hadapsar is twice as polluted as India DNA Pune : Living in Hadapsar, Shivajinagar or Lohegaon area ? Make note of what you’re inhaling…[See more details in Media Coverage]
20/02/2014 "City gets breathless over burning issue" Pune Mirror : With more waste being burnt in the city thanks to the garbage conflict, respiratory problems spike; doctors say frequency of such patients has increased from 5-6 day to almost 3 times the number…[See more details in Media Coverage]
20/02/2014 "Black carbon cloud hangs over city" Pune Mirror : Emissions have increased by 38 per cent over the past five years. This, along with particulate matter, has led to many ailments including asthma and bronchitis.……[See more details in Media Coverage]
20/02/2014 Burning waste affecting citizens’ health Sakal Times : The garbage dumping imbroglio at Urali Devachi waste depot, following the death of a one-year-old child, resulted in waste getting piled up across the city. This led to residents burning the garbage heaps, causing high emission of toxic fumes and a spurt in asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), reports ……[See more details in Media Coverage]