Selling Fresh Air in the World’s Most Polluted City: Next City

“…The Indian city’s population is catapulting forward, exceeding 20 million people. Some estimates put it at 25 million.Next city

The UN projects that by 2030, the population could be 36 million, making it the second most populous city in the world behind Tokyo.
Delhi’s biggest problem is not population. It’s pollution.

As new apartment complexes, malls and office spaces rise on what open land remains in the crowded city, Delhi loses its natural supply of oxygen: plants. Coupled with the increase of cars, waste and construction, the Delhi air is becoming deadly.”Next city

Selling Fresh Air in the World’s Most Polluted City  Read it on Delhiair.org

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