Embassy schools only place where alarm bells heard: The Indian Express

“Controlling exposure to vehicular pollution and allotting slots for outdoor activities based on weather conditions were two of the key recommendations of the landmark study of children in 36 Delhi schools by scientists from the Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute (CNCI). While that report hasn’t reached the schools surveyed, another set of schools is waking up to the alarming air pollution crisis in the city — those run by Embassies for children of diplomats and expats on what’s, technically, foreign soil.” The Indian Express. Read it on delhiair.org.

Embassy schools only place where alarm bells heard

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