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Guwahati Goes Green As It Takes Steps Towards Public E-Mobility, Gets 15 Electric Buses, 10 More To

Guwahati Goes Green As It Takes Steps Towards Public E-Mobility, Gets 15 Electric Buses, 10 More To

New Delhi: In an effort to push electric mobility in the state and to encourage people to adopt greener means of transportation, the Assam state government has introduced electric buses in its public transport fleet. The state has procured as many as 25 electric buses out of which the Assam State Transport Corporation (ASTC) has received 15 e-buses recently and will be receiving 10 more e-buses by the end of July this year. The buses have been procured under the Faster Adoption and Manufacture ...
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Air Pollution Viable Alternative Emerges To Burning Paddy Straw In Punjab

Air Pollution Viable Alternative Emerges To Burning Paddy Straw In Punjab

Ludhiana: Stubble burning creates a huge environmental problem and farmers of Punjab are aware of it but still resort to this practice, saying there is no viable alternative available. Now, an innovative experiment aimed at creating a new market for rice straw by converting this waste material as an energy feeder in boilers may turn out be a real game-changer for the state’s farmers, offering them a new economic outlet while at the same time conserving the environment. Worldwide Fund for Natu...
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Researchers Try To Track The Sources Of Plastic Pollution

Researchers Try To Track The Sources Of Plastic Pollution

Washington D.C.: According to a recent study, focusing on rivers and river mouths can yield vital clues about how we might manage this ongoing plastic pollution crisis. Plastic pollution in the world’s oceans is now widely recognised as a major global challenge – but we still know very little about how these plastics are actually reaching the sea. ‘The 100 Plastic Rivers’ project is engaging with scientists in more than 60 locations worldwide to sample water and sediment in rivers. The aim is...
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