Indian minister promises to tackle country’s acute air pollution problem: The Guardian

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“The Indian environment minister has promised to tackle his nation’s acute problem with air pollution “better than the rest of the world has ever done” amid growing domestic concern at the health impact on hundreds of millions of people living in the developing nation’s overcrowded cities. In an interview with the Guardian, Prakash Javadekar said the government would announce India’s first nationwide “composite, comprehensive” air index this week. So far, India’s collection of pollution data has been haphazard and compares poorly with regional rival China.”  The Guardian. Read it on delhiair.org.

Indian minister promises to tackle country’s acute air pollution problem

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