The ‘world’s largest cleanliness survey’ encompassing 4,237 cities in the country has turned up some consistent winners and some emerging movers. Check out the winners and losers across the different categories.
Which cities have the highest vehicle stock? Do they also pollute and guzzle fuel the most? Or do emissions depend more on the average length of motorised trips? Check out these and more pertinent findings from CSE’s latest analysis of transport-emissions in 14 cities.
In December 2017, the Forum of Cities that Segregate was instituted by the Centre for Science and Environment. Now a report assessing waste management in 20 forum cities shows that smaller cities may be showing the way.
With a plethora of private, government and individual initiatives, cycle-sharing in India is catching up fast and could offer a greener, non-motorised alternative for short commute. Will Ola’s new service give it a push?
The top ranked cities in the Swachh Survekshan 2017 undertaken by the MoUD do not segregate, process or dispose of their waste scientifically. In the first part of an in-depth study, Navya P K finds that the survey criteria are in conflict with the government’s own SWM policy!