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National Clean Air Programme: encouraging cooperation to address trans-boundary air pollution
By : Abhilasha Fullonton, Mar 25, 2019
7 of the top 10 polluting cities in the world are in India. However, fixing that requires a coordinated effort across a region and is not limited to actions within a city...Read more..
Subject Tags: best practices , Forest and Climate Change , Indo-Gangetic Plain , Ministry of Environment , National Clean Air Programme , National Green Tribunal , particulate matter , Smart Cities , Smart cities mission , Sustainability , transboundary air pollution , air pollution , Air Pollution Prevention and Control Action Plan (APPCAP)
Smart Cities: $45-$50 Billion Opportunity in India
By : sustainabilityo..., May 27, 2015
‘Smart Cities’ is the new buzzword in the Indian Infrastructure and development space. While we may have an inkling of what it may represent, there is a lot of fuzziness surrounding the concept of smart cities, the benefits they may bring and particularly, the level or...Read more..
Subject Tags: Smart Cities
Shaping New Age Urban Systems: A Smart City Maturity Model for Energy, Connectivity & Climate Resilience
By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 20, 2014
Indian cities are struggling to accommodate the accelerated pace of urbanization – resulting in crumbling urban infrastructure and unaffordable options for urban accommodation. Earlier in 2014, was launched as the first ISO standard for smart city indicators. Our analysis (...Read more..
Subject Tags: Energy , Smart Cities