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08 Nov, 2020

India -- the world’s third-largest emitter of CO2, and fourth-largest automotive market -- is home to 22 of the world’s 30 most polluted cities. The transport sector is responsible for a significant amount of air pollution in the country, and the capital city of Delhi serves as a perfect example to illustrate this point.

08 Nov, 2020

A campaign to reduce vehicular pollution puts young people at risk, without clear evidence of benefits.

05 Nov, 2020

As the system recovers from COVID19-related shutdowns, it is time to focus more on station infrastructure to improve safety in light of the continuing public health threat.

04 Nov, 2020

The Smart Cities Mission, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, held a kick-off event for the Nurturing Neighbourhoods Challenge in collaboration with the Netherlands-based Bernard van Leer Foundation (BvLF) and with the technical support of WRI India.

04 Nov, 2020

Dma Cycle-2 to Support Cities in Creation of “Culture of Data”. CDO Training Programme for Guided E-Learning “Enabling Data Driven Decision Making In Urban Local Bodies”. Hardeep S Puri Launches Nurturing Neighborhoods Challenge, Data Maturity Assessment Framework Cycle 2, and Training Programme for City Data Officers

04 Nov, 2020

New Delhi: Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs launched three initiatives, namely, the Nurturing Neighborhoods Challenge focusing on shaping cities for young children and their families;