“On the new government’s first day at work, Greenpeace India, an environmental NGO, released findings of its air quality monitoring survey that highlighted how poor the air is inside five prominent schools in the capital. In its statement, Greenpeace campaigners said. “Air pollution levels inside Delhi’s schools are alarmingly high and children are consistently breathing bad air. The new government needs to acknowledge the severity of air pollution in the city,” Aishwarya Madineni, campaigner with Greenpeace, said. The Times of India. Read it on DelhiAir.org.