Air pollution high as India hosts Under-17 World Cup: The Washington Post

“NEW DELHI — The stadiums have been renovated, the publicity posters hung. But not everything was ideal for players in the Under-17 World Cup being hosted in India, with air pollution beyond recognized safe levels in the six cities staging games.  In the hours before the first matches on Friday, levels of lung-clogging particulate matter known as PM2.5 hovered above 170 micrograms per cubic meter in New Delhi — or 17 times higher than what the World Health Organization deems safe, and more than four times higher than India’s own standards.” The Washington Post

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