The Economic Times: Whats’s poisoning Delhi’s air from crop-burning to auto pollution

“A “knee-jerk reaction” is how environmentalist Vikrant Tongad sees the oddeven number scheme for cars planned by the Delhi government to curb air pollution, which has reached menacing proportions in the national capital. Though admitting that desperate situations call for desperate solutions, the Delhi-based green activist contends that chief minister Arvind Kejriwal is missing the larger picture by focusing too much on vehicular pollution, especially cars. “The real and bigger culprit is agricultural waste burning,” he asserts. ”
The Economic Times
The Economic Times Dec 15

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