Vehicular pollution in Indian cities: measures to control emissions Satyanarayana, Y.

By: Satyanarayana, Y
Publisher: New Delhi Bookwell 2007Description: xxiv, 404 p.ISBN: 9788189640323Subject(s): Vehicular Pollution | Vehicular Traffic control systems | Vehicular exhaust emissions | Climate changeDDC classification: 363.7392 Summary: Deteriorating air quality is a major environmental problem in most of the Indian cities. Economic growth has triggered a boom in the number and use of motor vehicles in India. There is a general perception that the incidence of disease and premature deaths caused by vehicular pollution is on the rise in most the Indian cities. During the last few years, vehicular pollution is attracting the attention from policy makers, judiciary including Supreme Court of India, research Intuitions, non-governmental organizations and trade associations in India. This book is a result of research study, not only from Indian perspective, but also from the perspective of experiences and knowledge generated within other countries.
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Deteriorating air quality is a major environmental problem in most of the Indian cities. Economic growth has triggered a boom in the number and use of motor vehicles in India. There is a general perception that the incidence of disease and premature deaths caused by vehicular pollution is on the rise in most the Indian cities. During the last few years, vehicular pollution is attracting the attention from policy makers, judiciary including Supreme Court of India, research Intuitions, non-governmental organizations and trade associations in India. This book is a result of research study, not only from Indian perspective, but also from the perspective of experiences and knowledge generated within other countries.

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