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“A bold experiment has improved Delhi’s air. But Indians want more.”

The Economist writes about the success of Delhi’s odd-even plan and how it has “jolted politicians and India’s courts into action.” The article notes the newly enacted regulations against the registration of luxury diesel vehicles in Delhi, the move to speed up the implementation of stricter emissions standards as well as to hasten the pace of improving the quality of fuel, the expansion of the Delhi metro, improvement to roads, restrictions on lorries ring the city, and more. “If all this is done, Delhi may get acceptable air in a few years’ time.” Read the full article, including a history of past Delhi government actions against air pollution in The Economist article uploaded on

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