Breathe Uneasy – The Air that Indians Breathe is Dangerously Toxic: The Economist

The Economist reports on India’s toxic air pollution problem, comparing India to China (“Delhi’s air has been 45% more polluted than the Chinese capital for the past couple of years.”) and raising the alarm about the human, economic, and other costs if action is not taken. Article highlights that India’s leaders are starting to act and some “good” initiatives are already underway. However, it concludes that the widespread implementation of incentives to cut emissions depends central government orders, enforcement of laws and on “ how much the public makes a fuss about inaction.” The Economist. Read it on DelhiAir.org. Breathe Uneasy – The Air that Indians Breathe is Dangerously Toxic

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