<p>Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 10/08/2020. The matter related to steps taken by the state of Punjab to control air pollution.</p>
Does chronic nitrogen deposition during biomass growth affect atmospheric emissions from biomass burning?
<p>Chronic nitrogen deposition has measureable impacts on soil and plant health. We investigate burning emissions from biomass grown in areas of high and low NO x deposition. Gas and aerosol-phase emissions
New understanding and quantification of the regime dependence of aerosol-cloud interaction for studying aerosol indirect effects
<p>Aerosol indirect effects suffer from large uncertainty in climate models and among observations. This study focuses on two plausible factors: regime dependence of aerosol-cloud interactions and the
Judgement of the National Green Tribunal regarding the proposed distillery unit, District Karnal, Haryana, 29/01/2016
<p>Judgement of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Randhir Singh & Others Vs State of Haryana & Others dated 29/01/2016. The Application was for restraining the M/s Haryana Liquors Pvt.
<p>The Amazon basin is a vast continental area in which atmospheric composition is relatively unaffected by anthropogenic aerosol particles. Understanding the properties of the natural biogenic aerosol
Analysis of particulate emissions from tropical biomass burning using a global aerosol model and long-term surface observations
<p>We use the GLOMAP global aerosol model evaluated against observations of surface particulate matter (PM2.5) and aerosol optical depth (AOD) to better understand the impacts of biomass burning on tropical
Exposure to ambient air pollution is a major risk factor for global disease. Assessment of the impacts of air pollution on population health and the evaluation of trends relative to other major risk factors
Directions Issued under section 18 (1)(b) of Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 regarding prevention, control or abatement of air pollution and improvement of Ambient Air Quality in Delhi and National Capital Region (NCR)
<p>To improve air quality in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR), the Central Pollution Control Board on Dec 30, 2015 issued directions to State Pollution Control Boards of Delhi, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan to immediately begin taking actions against visibly polluting vehicles and open burning of biomass, leaves, tyres and other such items.</p>