Strategies to reduce crop residue burning for air pollution mitigation: Key highlights | Centre for Science and Environment


Strategies to reduce crop residue burning for air pollution mitigation: Key highlights

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About the policy brief:

"The issue of crop reside burning has in recent years been identified as one of the leading factors affecting the air quality of Delhi & NCR. Not just this, it has also been affecting the health of those exposed directly to such crop fires and also to those in urban areas surrounding the site of these fires. This Policy Brief prepared for the Central Govt. highlights some of the main causes of crop residue burning and recommends policy reforms and executive action required to remediate pollution caused by these fires."

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  • September 6-8, 2017 and September 18-20, 2017

    Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is organising orientation programmes on Urban Air Quality Management Strategies for officials from regulatory bodies from Delhi and NCR and other cities of India. This programme represents our initiative to promote good regulatory practices in air quality management focusing on reducing emissions from vehicular and other air pollution sources.

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