Polluted Air Cuts Years Off Lives of Millions in India, Study Finds: The New York Times

“More than half of India’s population lives in places with such polluted air that each person loses an average of 3.2 years in life expectancy, according to a recent study by researchers from the University of Chicago, Yale and Harvard.The authors of the recent study say that India should improve its monitoring of air quality, institute a system of civil monetary penalties for excessive polluters and adopt a trading system for pollution rights.” The New York Times. Read it on DelhiAir.org

Polluted Air Cuts Years Off Lives of Millions in India, Study Finds

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