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In Pics: Highlights of the Breathe Clean Conclave

In Pics: Highlights of the Breathe Clean Conclave

The Breathe Clean Conclave was held to provide a platform for govt bodies, actors, medical practitioners, citizen groups, educators & corporates to come together and highlight the looming pollution crisis and recommend possible solutions.

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What Should the Government Do to Fight Indoor Pollution?

What Should the Government Do to Fight Indoor Pollution?

Written by on August 24, 2015 | Features

Clean air is everyone’s birth right. But we are living in times when the lack of clear air is threatening our very existence – with the air inside the confines of our homes and workplaces proving to be more dangerous than the air outside. Here are the 5 recommendations that our experts have for the government to clean up the air we breathe.

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India Needs to Seriously Tackle Rural Indoor Pollution

India Needs to Seriously Tackle Rural Indoor Pollution

Written by on August 24, 2015 | Features

With the impact a daily ritual like burning wood can make on the environment and our health, is the government’s ‘Give It Up’ campaign enough to bridge the gap in supply of clean fuel to rural India?

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We Must Stop Ignoring Indoor Pollution

We Must Stop Ignoring Indoor Pollution

Written by on August 24, 2015 | Features

Cleaning the air pollutants around us may not be as easy as replacing an adulterated food item with a pure one but we all need to be the change we want to see. We all must stop ignoring this invisible danger to ensure that we and our children have most primary requirement to live healthy-clean air.

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Smoke From Chulhas: Biggest Killer in Rural India

Smoke From Chulhas: Biggest Killer in Rural India

Written by on August 19, 2015 | Features

Indoor fuel burning is the main source of indoor pollution in developing countries. Respiratory diseases and lung infections are common consequences of exposure to fumes from cooking in rural households. Tuberculosis, stillbirths, low birthweight, heart diseases are also increasingly being connected pollution caused by burning solid fuels.

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5 Ways You Can Make Your Home a Sustainable One

5 Ways You Can Make Your Home a Sustainable One

Written by on August 6, 2015 | Features

Sustainable building designs refer to designs that aim at reducing the negative impact on the environment, improving building performance, and ensuring the health of the occupants, as sustainable. Here are easy 5 ways in which you can make your home a sustainable one.

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