Is vehicular pollution increasing after the lockdown has lifted? Data from pollution levels before, during and after the lockdown suggests it is. The good news is that we can avoid it—without compromising our health.
Trees cool the air by intercepting sunlight (shading) and by transpiration cooling. In this post, we take a look at these processes.
This write-up analyses how urban forests and green roofs can be cost-effective and durable methods to reduce the damage from urban floods – an increasingly common disaster in Indian cities.
Urban heat islands are caused because concrete—which dominates the city landscape—absorb solar radiation very quickly and release it very slow. What are its impacts and how can we reduce it?
Everyone wants to move to the city. It’s the place to be. It’s where everything…