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Nov 05, 2019
Donald Trump serves notice to walk out of Paris Accord on climate change even as diplomats plot to save ItThe Donald Trump administration formally notified the United Nations on Monday that it would withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement on climate change, leaving global climate diplomats to plot a way forward without the cooperation of the world’s largest economy
Nov 01, 2019
Can India rise to meet Greta Thunberg’s concerns on the issue of climate change?Transformation of energy sector, decentralised climate actions and mass mobilisation are key issues for India to meet its climate change commitment.
Oct 22, 2019
Threat of climate change has overtaken the prospect of nuclear war: Nobel Peace laureateThe IMF urged the biggest carbon polluters to agree to tax emissions to keep climate change at safe levels.
Aug 20, 2019
India has highest number of sulphur dioxide-emitting hotspots in the world: GreenpeaceThe Norilsk smelter complex in Russia is the world's largest SO2 emission hotspot, followed by Kriel in South Africa.
Mar 07, 2019
Volkswagen slammed with a Rs 500 crore penalty for cheating on emission testsNGT has directed Volkswagen to pay the penalty in a matter of two months time.
Jul 24, 2017
BMW rubbishes media reports of ineffective emission treatment systems on its vehiclesThe company reiterated it was committed to carrying out voluntary, free-of-charge software updates of older diesel passenger cars with Euro 5 engines.
Feb 21, 2017
Volkswagen fixes 470,000 cars that were affected by diesel emissions scandal in BritainGerman carmaker Volkswagen has fixed 470,000 cars out of 1.2 million affected by the diesel emissions scandal in Britain, the firm's UK managing director told lawmakers on Monday.
Nov 11, 2016
French consumer fraud agency files a criminal probe against Renault over emissionRenault faces a criminal probe in France after the country's consumer fraud agency passed a file to prosecutors detailing suspicions its engines had broken emissions laws, the government said, sending the carmaker's shares lower on Thursday.
Oct 21, 2016
According to scientists, smartphone batteries emit more than 100 toxic gasesNot just catching up fire or exploding as you sleep next to them, dozens of dangerous gases are being produced by the batteries found in billions of consumer devices like smartphones and tablets, scientists have warned.
Sep 02, 2016
Australia sues Volkswagen over engines rigged to bypass emission regulationsAustralian authorities on Thursday announced that they have sued German car manufacturer Volkswagen over its rigged diesel engines aimed at manipulating emissions data.