Pollution Around the World: A Matter of Choices: The New York Times

“…When one compares pollution readings from around the globe, it is evident that lower-income countries tend to have higher pollution.” Countries like China and India can take advantage of lessons learned in the U.S. (i.e., with the implementation of the 1970 Clean Air Act)  “in the name of improving their citizens’ health….and  reducing the risk of disruptive climate change for the world.”  The New York Times.  Read it on DelhiAir.org.

Pollution Around the World: A Matter of Choices

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