Screen shot 2015-04-11 at 2.59.28 PMAs a national debate grows over toxic air, some national-level solutions that appear expensive are far cheaper than the costs of doing nothing. On the day this story was written, April 10, 2015, the area with India’s most toxic air—among 10 cities where a ne w National Index functions—was south Bangalore’s BTM Layout, a booming residential area dotted with restaurants and located conveniently near office towers and a web of highways.” The Business Standard. Read it on

A Bengaluru neighborhood’s toxic air portends India’s future