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Now air quality will be monitored in villages too

Tags: National News

After the cities, now the air quality will be monitored in the villages of the country as well. It will start from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. Gradually, villages across the country will be covered under its purview.

  • Based on their report, changes will also be made in the National Clean Air Program (NCAP).

  • It is noteworthy that not all rural districts in India have been able to be a part of the national discussion on air quality, including the NCAP.

  • This is mainly because there is no baseline air quality data available from these districts. Due to this, even the schemes related to the improvement of air quality are not able to give effective results.

  • Keeping all these aspects in mind, a plan was prepared for the installation of air quality monitoring sensors in rural areas.

  • The new Path-Pradhakar project aims to bring 1400 locations in rural districts on a real-time air quality map of India.

  • The project will be implemented by IIT Kanpur led by Tespiter Living Sciences and Airveda, supported by Open Philanthropies, along with industrial partners.

  • Under this, the work of installing sensors in the villages of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar will start soon. These sensors will deploy the largest rural air quality network in India.

  • In this context, it is said that the results of the network will help local communities, policy makers and researchers to understand the situation on the ground.

National Clean Air Program (NCAP):

  • The National Clean Air Program was launched by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change. It is an initiative to control air pollution.

  • Under this, a target has been set to reduce the concentration of pollutant particles by 20 to 30 per cent by the year 2024.

  • In this, the year 2017 has been set as the base year for comparison and the year 2019 as the first year.

  • The program will be implemented in 102 non-attainment cities (which have failed to meet national ambient air quality standards for PM10 or nitrogen dioxide for five consecutive years).

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