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The Economic Times interviews (view email) Dr. Jos Lelieveld, the head of a team of global scientists whose study on air pollution and its links to premature deaths was recently published in the journal ‘Nature.’
“Coming out with what are being referred to as the most detailed estimates on air pollution linked deaths across the world, Lelieveld’s study has put India’s Delhi and Kolkata among world’s top five cities to record maximum number of fatalities in 2010 and, projected them to remain there till 2050. In an email interview with ET, Lielieved explains his study, saying the issue of air pollution should be taken up in the soon to be held Conference of Parties on Climate Change in Paris….” The Economic Times. Read the full Q&A on