Social Media Poster: Climate Change - Source of Methane in Atmosphere

Thu, 04/11/2021 - 18:17
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As per a joint assessment by Climate and Clean Air Coalition & United Nations Environment Programme, a 45 per cent reduction in #methane emissions would prevent 260 000 premature deaths, 775 000 asthma-related hospital visits, 73 billion hours of lost labour from extreme heat, & 25 million tonnes of crop losses annually.

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Social Media Poster: Climate Change - Major Source of Carbon di Oxide

Tue, 02/11/2021 - 15:27
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#Carbondioxide is the most important of Earth’s long-lived greenhouse gases. Increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide are responsible for about two-thirds of the total energy imbalance that is causing Earth's temperature to rise leading to warming of the atmosphere, land and ocean.

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Current News: Volume VI, Issue 10, October 2021

Mon, 01/11/2021 - 22:23

Highlights

  • Hydrogen as a fuel (Part-4)
  • Can solar water pumps redefine the future of farm irrigation? (Part - 2)
  • Tamil Nadu buys power at Rs 20/unit to tackle crisis
  • Power consumption up 3% at 57.22 billion units in October 1-15
  • World's longest under-sea electricity cable begins operations
  • Consumer Focus - Electricity Ombudsman Order 
  • ECC Voice - Success story

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Road Safety in Tamil Nadu requires streamlined action - Perspectives from Tirunelveli and Thiruvarur

Mon, 01/11/2021 - 12:09

Reduction of road crashes and fatalities at the state and district levels has been prioritised and   led by a series of steady efforts channelized through institutional changes, data-driven approaches and improved law enforcement in Tamil Nadu since 2017. Therefore, it's crucial to understand the road safety scenario, its progress, success factors and the challenges in implementation at the decentralised district levels to sustain road safety achievements. CAG, in collaboration with Mr.