During the month of September we have celebrated International Day of Clean Air for blue skies, International Day of Democracy and International Day of Preservation of Ozone Layer. Is there any relation to democracy and air pollution? Does higher democracy rate lead to less air pollution?
The true strength of the Consumer Protection Act 2019, with its new significant features, lies in its effective implementation. The article summarises the gaps, challenges and the strengths of the new Act discussed in the dialogue forum organised by CAG.
As the world is rightly going gaga over the clean energy it is also important to look at the entire life cycle of a technology proposed to understand its impact on the environment. The author tries to do that with the analysis of CSP plants impact on the environment.
Since the beginning of September, buses have started to ply the roads of Chennai. Many, no doubt, sighed in relief as public transport, especially buses, are a lifeline. Buses mean mobility, buses mean livelihood and therefore survival.
It's been 5 years since Chennai became the first Indian city to adopt a non motorised transport (NMT) Policy. Are pedestrians safer now? Is the infrastructure better for them and are motorists more considerate? CAG evaluated several locations across the city and spoke to road users to answer these questions.