Screen shot 2015-04-20 at 7.10.30 PM“In terms of health costs, indoor air pollution accounts for twice as many lives lost in India than outdoor pollution.” The authors of this article identify the underlying causes of indoor air pollution, from using biomass for cooking oil to kerosene for gas. They point out that, “The key lies in encouraging innovation, spreading awareness to enhance stakeholder participation and creating effective policy incentives to encourage the use of renewable power. We owe this to ourselves and our health and wellness.” dna india. Read it on

Air Pollution: The silent killer we need to talk about more often