United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)

Over 500 million people in India exposed to sand and dust storms
Storms worsen air quality and degrade vast farmland areas, as per a new UN study that analyses the impact of sand and dust storms on health, clean energy, transport, glaciers, cities and agriculture in Asia and the Pacific. Amita Bhaduri posted 1 week 3 days ago

According to a new UN report, more than 500 million people in India are exposed to medium and high levels of poor air quality due to sand and dust storms.

Storms worsen air quality and degrade vast farmland areas, disrupt commercial flight services, lower the efficiency of solar power generation, and accelerate the melting of glaciers. (Image: ESCAP)
Asia water watch 2015 - progress made by asian nations in meeting target 10 of the millennium development goals
The report by the Asia Development Bank aims at assessing the progress made by asian nations, in meeting target 10 of the millennium development goals rajshekar posted 12 years 4 months ago

This report by the Asia Development Bank aims at assessing the progress made by asian nations, in meeting target 10 of the millennium development goals, which is "to halve, by 2015, the proportion of people with

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