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First India-Africa Dialogue and Media Briefing on Air Quality and Mobility

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Traffic congestion and worsening air quality in cities of Africa and India is a cause for concern

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Concern over poor air quality and traffic congestion in Gurgaon: action must gather momentum to protect public health

  • Gurgaon, planned as a counter magnet to decongest Delhi, is in grip of deadly pollution and congestion. This has emerged from the collaborative workshop of the Artemis Hospital and Centre for Science and Environment Our City, We Care: Action for Cleaner Air, held in Gurgaon today. 

First India-Africa Dialogue and Media Briefing on Air Quality and Mobility

Centre for Science and Environment (India) and MESHA Kenya invite African journalists

Nairobi, Kenya 

February 27, 2015

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Date: February 27, 2015

Towards clean air in South Asian cities

For South Asian cities, maintaining urban air quality and protecting its sustainable urban commuting practices are some of the toughest challenges. Many south Asian cities are more fortunate as its strength remains in its huge base of zero-emission non-motorised and sustainable public transport. It just has to recognise and act upon this immense advantage and strength.

Towards clean air in South Asian cities: Action and challenges (Read more)

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