Garvit Bhirani
Garvit Bhirani is a journalist and writer. He is a graduate of journalism from IP university, Delhi. His areas of interest include policy, governance, and social development.
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One of the most littered items in India is cigarette butts which are dumped in large numbers, each with more than 7,000 chemicals, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). These could be commonly found in parks, streets, roads and other similar places. It is projected that 4.5 million tonnes of cigarette wastes contaminate the […]
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Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday released Mumbai Climate Action Plan (MCAP) 2022 which aims to have a rise in green spaces, monitoring the enhanced air quality, flood-sustaining infrastructure and carbon neutrality by 2050 which was decided in COP26 in Glasgow. There are numerous construction activities happening in the financial city, with Air Quality India […]
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India’s National capital has always been the talk of town when it comes to high pollution levels degrading the quality of air, especially in October and November. The Delhi government recently inaugurated its first electric bus from Indraprastha’s Depot, which would cover areas such as Pragati Maidan, ITO, Safdarjung, Arbindo Marg, AIIMS, Ring Road, South […]
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Out of Rs. 419.15 crore as compensatory afforestation fund received by Haryana Forest and Wildlife Department between the period January 2009 and December 2019 from Compensatory Afforestation Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA), 77 per cent (Rs.393.12 Crore) was spent on plantation work in the state. Findings revealed in an RTI query filed by Media tell […]
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Diesel autos which produce hazardous vehicular fumes and contribute to Gurugram’s air pollution will no longer operate on the roads of Gurugram from January 1.  This maneuver comes after the air quality in the city deteriorated beyond the Index to a severe level just a few weeks back after Diwali. It turned into vicissitudes each […]
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After PM Modi’s clarion call to stop the use of single-use plastic, people from across the country have started either reducing the plastic from their daily lives or adopting an alternative to it. Plastic Lao, Thaila Pao United Nations Development Programme, as the avenue to curb the use of plastic, launched a sustainable campaign – […]
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An apparent decision has been made to shield animal and plant species in Sultanpur National Park. In a meeting held by CEO Uma Shankar of Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA), Shankar said that the draft zonal master plan for developing an eco-sensitive zone (ESZ) in 5 km area will be finalized soon. Contemplating about the […]
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