Bad air to blame for Irregular rain: The Times of India

“NEW DELHI: It’s not just your lungs that the city’s bad air is hurting. A study, published in the Atmospheric, Chemistry and Physics journal, has highlighted how air pollution could delay rains in some areas, on one hand, and cause intense rain in a relatively short period, on the other.
This — and several other similar studies — drives home how air pollution may already be impacting crop yields and food production.”  The Times of India

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