Delhi’s deadly dust: how construction sites are choking the city: The Guardian

“…A comprehensive 2016 study of what is to blame for Delhi’s poor air identified some obvious sources, such as car emissions, the city’s coal-fired power stations and rubbish fires both small and literally mountainous. But it also highlighted more unlikely culprits. guardian-2
Dust kicked up by cars along Delhi’s vast and growing road network contributes between a third and 56% of the most harmful pollutants in the city’s atmosphere.”  The Guardian
Read it on Delhiair.org: Delhi’s deadly dust: how construction sites are choking the city

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