Stubble Burning continuing see attached

Most of the designated parliamentarians in the parliaments committee didnt show up. Only 4 in 29 attended. Officials in the environment ministry and MCDs also bunked it. See the attached stubble burning or farm fire graphic as of this morning.

We are killing ouselves bad policy and no enforcement is to be blamed.

Each one of you shoiuld comment on what u want done. Otherwise just hold your peace and dont be a circle member. more  

View all 34 comments Below 34 comments
Hyacinth Removal MMDA Water Hyacinth Removal | | | | | | | | | | | MMDA Water Hyacinth Removal | | | Dear All Some time ago we were on the topic of Green growth forming over rivers, n becomes nuisance, but nothing is done, in many parts of our country.Here is an article from You Tube, showing how it is being done in Phillipines.In Kerala they take it from the rivers, dry it n use it, as straws are used in home industries.Need to create AWARENESS, as there is lot of recycling been done profitable of Plastic, Garbage,Rotten Agri-produce.God Bless more  
What are the best uses of STUBBLE & It's cost. Farmer selling the grains to Govt. Organisation or Private are well aware how much stubble will form from 01 kg. / 01 ton of Grains he or she is selling. more  
n South India, the stubble is buried/composted aiding to fertility of soil. Wonder why is it being burnt ? ( It would further help if the region switched from wheat to millets which provide better nutrition in smaller quantities and consumes lesser resources ). more  
Stubble burning is an age old practice! Nobody knows or tried to find out actually what is contributing to the pollution. Interested people blaming one thing or the other. Some factories deliberately release pollution. But no one will speak about them. more  
We are the most indesciplined lot including most of the buerocrates and politicians.Such a serious subject these people are not interested. more  
Post a Comment

Related Posts

    • Power distribution now mandatory in large cities

      Power ministry amends electricity rule (rights of consumer rules) 2022 Mandates power distribution companies to supply 24*7 power in metro and large cities These amendments a...

      By Sujata Singh
    • Microplastics in blood of 8 out of 10 people

      A shocking new study has revealed the presence of plastic particles in human blood. According to the study, 77 per cent of those tested had microplastic particles in the bloodstream. The...

      By Vinita Agrawal
    • IPCC findings and urgent neeed to cut emissions

      The latest climate change or IPCC report says From heat passing the limits of human survivability, food and water scarcity, higher sea levels to severe economic damage, India will be seriously harm...

      By Vinita Agrawal
    • Crises may be used for taking some necessary decisions

      Almost every morning around 4:15 am a cab seemingly from a call centre arrives in my neighbourhood, making a huge engine noise, waking us up. Diesel engines make this kind of noise, as though a lo...

      By Ashish Rai
    • 1000 rupee air purifier

      Here are 3 Indian school children coming up with a 1000 rupee affordable air purifier so every Indian house, school, office can have one. If you like their idea and pitch, do like the link below an...

      By Amit Lunawat
    • Indoor air quality leads to poor cognitive performance

      We REALLY should be investing in better indoor air filtration; it isn't just for COVID. This attached paper (summary and full) finds a shocking 26% higher error rate for professional chess players ...

      By Vinita Agrawal
    • Indoor plants care tips

      Like us some of u may be having indoor plants to keep air quality good at home. Here are tips on how to care for them. Add what you do please! 1. Move them into the light Moving ho...

      By Vinita Agrawal
    • Govt disappoints us - No hope to pollution issue

      the Central Government seems to have agreed to farmers demand to decriminalise stubble burning. What this means is that the pollution issue for us residents of Delhi NCR and many other N...

      By Anshu Verma
    • Buy fewer clothes and wash them less

      Lifecycle assessments show—taking cotton production, manufacture, transport and washing into account— it takes 3,781 litres of water to make one pair of jeans. The process equates to ar...

      By Vinita Agrawal
    • Air purifiers and Coronavirus - Columbia Professor Q & A

      Aerosol scientist Mecneal of Columbia Univ recently answered queries on whether HEPA filters work to purify air of coronavirus. Q. What’s a HEPA filter and can it catch particles ...

      By Vinita Agrawal
    • Urban and Rural India challenges

      Urban India faces 3 huge challenges for decades to come. 1- Air pollution 2. Solid waste management. 3. Water pollution. Great wisdom, resources, research, techn...

      By Aditi Gupta
Enter your email and mobile number and we will send you the instructions

Note - The email can sometime gets delivered to the spam folder, so the instruction will be send to your mobile as well

All My Circles
Invite to
(Maximum 500 email ids allowed.)