You’re more likely to die from air pollution in India than China, study says: The Washington Post

“Indians face greater health risks from air pollution than people living in China, a new study has found….washington-post
The 2017 State of Global Air report, released Tuesday by the institute and others, finds that since 1990 the absolute number of ozone-related deaths has risen at an alarming rate in India — by about 150 percent — while in China, some European nations and Russia, the number has remained stable. Measured per head of population, India substantially outpaces China, with 14.7 ozone-related deaths for every 100,000 people, compared with China’s 5.9.”  The Washington Post

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