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CSE welcomes latest Supreme Court direction to environment ministry

SC asks ministry to notify comprehensive action plan for all sources of air pollution in Delhi-NCR within two weeks

Children’s day comes with a grim reminder of growing health risk from worsening environmental risks, especially air pollution.

Landmark studies released in the capital today shows air pollution is now the second largest killer in India. 

Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control Authority) Authority (EPCA) for Delhi-NCR

New Delhi, November 8, 2017: The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) task force has advised EPCA that given the prevailing air pollution emergency in the city, there is a need to take actions which are listed in the severe plus category.

In these bad air days, temporary measures will not work: CSE

New Delhi, November 8, 2017: On the second day of the worst episode of severe air quality this winter, even as governments went into a huddle to thrash out solutions, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) cautioned against putting too much hope in temporary solutions such as closure of schools. 

As Delhi’s pollution levels rise to severe, EPCA directs governments to impose all conditions under the Graded Response Action Plan

 

under severe category; start preparedness for tougher action and appeals to governments to take this public health emergency seriously and to undertake massive and drastic action to control air pollution 

Supreme Court directs environment ministry to notify Comprehensive Action Plan to improve air quality

CSE welcomes the order. Calls for stringent implementation to address the health emergency in the region

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