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Switching to Sustainable Transport: Learnings from the Namma auto project
By : Manju Menon, Feb 12, 2020
The Namma Auto project funded by Switch Asia and European Commission aims to reduce emissions from the auto-rickshaw sector in two Indian cities – Bengaluru and Chennai. The intention is to phase out the highly polluting 2-...Read more..
Subject Tags: air pollution control , air quality , auto-rickshaw , behavioral change , carbon emissions , electric vehicle policy , Electric Vehicles (EV) , emission reduction , European Commission , Fondazione ACRA , Namma Auto Project , PM emissions , stakeholder communication , Sustainable Transport , Switch Asia , the Namma Auto project , transport emissions , urban transport , air pollution
Assessing Surat’s experimental cap-and-trade program
By : Abhilasha Fullonton, Sep 9, 2019
Surat’s pilot cap-and-trade program hopes to accelerate reduction of industrial pollution by providing economic incentives. Although a first in India, cap-and-trade program is a tried and tested...Read more..
Investment Estimates for Industrial Air Pollution Control in India
By : Mugdha Malik, Jun 14, 2019
Air pollution in India is a prevalent threat to human health and has a significant dampening impact on national economic productivity and growth as well. This brief examines the state of...Read more..