The New York Times is looking to hear from residents of cities and countries strongly impacted by air quality…
“Toxic smog blankets Shanghai. Last week, officials in Beijing issued an unprecedented red alert over air pollution. And in India on Wednesday, the Supreme Court ordered several transportation restrictions in the nation’s capital to fight pollution.
As world leaders work to establish concrete measures to curb planet-warming carbon emissions, residents in the most polluted cities are forced to deal regularly with the effects of air pollution in their daily activities.
The New York Times would like to hear from residents in countries seriously affected about the effects of air pollution on their daily lives. How has it affected your ability to spend time outdoors, or your commute to work? The New York Times. Read it on delhiair.org.