What Delhi’s Air Pollution Says About India and Climate Change: The Washington Post

“…The air in New Delhi is the worst in the world, according to a World Health Organization report last year. Environmentalists say that efforts to control it – such as a switch to clean-burning natural gas for auto rickshaws – have made little long-term impact as the city has sprawled, eight coal-fired power plants chugged out more power and more than 7 million cars clogged the roads.” ….”On Sunday, the president and Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the two countries would work to battle pollution in India’s cities by implementing the Environmental Protection Agency’s international air quality forecasting system AIRNow” as part of an overall climate deal. However, environmentalists are expressing disappointment in the overall agreement between the two countries. The Washington Post. Read it on DelhiAir.org.

What Delhi’s Air Pollution Says About India and Climate Change

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