Air in Delhi is world’s worst, 13 other Indian cities aren’t far behind: Christian Science Monitor

Screen shot 2015-03-02 at 7.57.39 AM“India is ending years of denial about its air quality, while the US Embassy in New Delhi plans to give daily accurate measures of air quality for tourists and expatriates….So grim is the current situation that Delhi has six times the level of airborne particulate matter identified by the US study as most likely to harm humans.While Delhi may be newly awakening to its problems, the issue is a national one. Indian cities like Gwalior, Raipur, Lucknow, Firozabad, Kanpur, Amritsar, and Ludhiana are also being described as needing to more fully recognize the man-made conditions of bad air.” Christian Science Monitor (CSMonitor.com). Read it on DelhiAir.org.

Air in Delhi is world’s worst, 13 other Indian cities aren’t far behind

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