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Plastic is there to stay, onus is on us to change our lifestytes and protect the environment (June Week #2 (2017))
 Plastic is there to stay, onus is on us to change our lifestytes and protect the environment [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=91494]there is no magical place called ‘away’ which the plastic goes to after we throw it. It continues to exist on the planet and will sooner or later re-enter our lives. Bestowing epithets and giving tags to places seldom helps. Protected Areas are not as safe as we have made ourselves believe. If anything will make a difference — in today’s world — it is our lifestyles

Goa Inc doing its bit for a greener State (June Week #2 (2017))
Goa Inc doing its bit for a greener State [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=91434]Chairman of Green Triangle Society, Manguirish Pai Raiker is of the opinion that, “protecting our environment is a responsibility of every individual. We owe it to the next generation to protect it and pass it onto them as we have received from our ancestors. In an increasingly environment conscious world, business owners have an ethical and moral obligation to protect the environment.

ITC Kakatiya observes World Environment Day (June Week #2 (2017))
ITC Kakatiya observes World Environment Day [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=91490]The staff members of ITC Kakatiya staged a skit at its premises on Monday. The play highlighted the importance and the increasing need to protect the environment. And focused on how due to high consumption of fossil fuel the planet is becoming decadent.

Time to ditch the polar bears? Climate change looks for a new image (Issue of the week, May Week #5 (2017))
Time to ditch the polar bears? Climate change looks for a new image [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=91129]LONDON: What does climate change look like? For many people, the first - or perhaps only - image that comes to mind is of smokestacks, or polar bears perched on ice floes."If you go to Google and click on climate change images, you have to go a long way before you hit many images of people," says Adam Corner, research director at Climate Outreach, an Oxford-based thinktank that aims to boost public engagement on climate change

Pollution levels rise as outages up genset use (May Week #5 (2017))
Pollution levels rise as outages up genset use [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=91158]GURUGRAM: Pollution levels have again shot up in Gurugram in the last four days. While PM2.5 was six times more than the safe level, the level of nitrogen dioxide surged on May 22 before settling down again on Wednesday.The highest level of PM2.5 was above 350 micrograms per cubic metre on both Wednesday and Tuesday, the highest level was 287.90 micrograms per cubic metre and 234.86 micrograms per cubic metre on Monday and Sunday, respectively.

Anti noise pollution activist writes to Maha CM with action plan (May Week #5 (2017))
Anti noise pollution activist writes to Maha CM with action plan to reduce Mumbai’s [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=91139]Anti noise pollution activist SumairaAbdulali on Tuesday wrote to Maharashtra Chief Minister DevendraFadnavis seeking stricter enforcement of laws and the need for a detailed plan to control noise pollution in the city from traffic and construction.Adulali’s letter shares information comparing the noise pollution levels of London and Mumbai. The convenor of Awaaz Foundation highlighted that the noise pollution levels in London were controlled by regulating timings of noisy work, and by ensuring that essential services do not add to the decibel levels.

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