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2017 Was Hottest Year After 2016, And No, Don’t Blame El Nino (Issue of the week, January Week #3 (2018))
2017 Was Hottest Year After 2016, And No, Don’t Blame El Nino [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=93324]Last year was the second or third warmest on record behind 2016, and the hottest without an extra dose of heat caused by an El Niño event in the Pacific Ocean, theUnited Nations said on Thursday.

Last three years hottest on record: UN (January Week #3 (2018))
Last three years hottest on record: UN [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=93323]ENEVA: The last three years were the hottest on record, the United Nationsweather agency said on Thursday, citing fresh global data underscoring the dramatic warming of the planet.

Wildlife population has doubled (January Week #3 (2018))
Wildlife population has doubled [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=93327]Anantapur: Favorable conditions have resulted in an increase in the numbers of wild animals in the reserved forests of Anantapur. Forest department authorities assess that the number of wild animals has doubled in the reserved forests. A fresh census over population of wild animals will be conducted from January 20 -28.

Delhi traffic signals to give air quality update every hour (January Week #3 (2018))
Delhi traffic signals to give air quality update every hour [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=93329]Following orders from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), major traffic intersections in the national capital will display hourly Air Quality Index (AQI) and health advisories on LED panels under a Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) project. 

Hazard waste plant begins trial run (January Week #3 (2018))
Hazard waste plant begins trial run [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=93320]Jamshedpur: Residents of Adityapur, the polluted industrial town not very far from here, can heave a sigh of relief.A hazardous waste management plant - one of the key components of the Rs 65-crore Adityapur auto cluster project - began its trial run from Monday.

JNU professor comes up with solution to stubble burning (January Week #3 (2018))
JNU professor comes up with solution to stubble burning [http://cmsenvis.cmsindia.org/resources/newspaper/details.asp?id=93318]One of the contributors to pollution in Delhi is stubble burning. Farmers do not have a solution to deal with waste. After working on the situation we found a solution where we can convert stubble or biomass into Biochar which can be used in agriculture - Prof. Mohan told ANI

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