Delhi’s Deadly Air: How India is Falling Short on Fighting Pollution: Forbes

“For most of November, Delhi has been blanketed by dense smog. Doctors in the capital declared the crisis a public healthy emergency, while the chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, called it a “gas chamber.” Since the beginning of the month, average pollution levels in the city have exceeded 10 times the World Health Organization-recommended 24-hour levels. At its worst, pollution levels were nearly 40 times this number.” Forbes
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Delhi’s Deadly Air: How India is Falling Short on Fighting Pollution

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