Sustained economic growth and lifestyle changes fuels incremental change in consumption patterns consequently placing enormous pressure on natural resources also increasing generation of waste-- some very toxic. With raw materials becoming scarce and energy more expensive, it is imperative that we use resources more efficiently, minimise waste generation and use waste as a resource for generation of secondary raw materials. For sustainability, it is also important that we focus on reducing the adverse impacts of waste on our air, soil and water.
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Toxics Link’s new report 'On the Edge' is first of its kind study in Delhi, mapping the city’s polluting centres. The report identifies sites which...Explore More
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