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Chennai aims to reduce 40% carbon emissions by 2040

The Chennai Climate Action Plan is a comprehensive plan to reduce the city's carbon emissions by 40% in 17 years. The project was launched in June 2023 and is aligned with the Paris Agreement, which aims to limit global warming to well below 2 degree...

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The Flash flood and swollen Beas and Parvati rivers brought huge damage and destruction to the districts of Mandi and Kullu. There was a loss of human life, people were injured, livestock was lost, and roads were damaged (state highways, national highways, and link roads). The damage was widespread to public and private property. This photo story captures glimpses of the damage that was caused.

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Rapid urbanization and growing urban affluence has slowly and steadily broughtforth profound environmental consequences, causing threat to environmental ecosystem as well as global sustainability. The environmental consequences are distinctly visible in rapidly growing Indian cities and urban agglomerations: excessive air pollution, deforestation, worsening water quality, increased carbon footprint owing to fossil fuel-based energy use, problems of waste disposal - are some of the pressing ones.