Air pollution kills 100,000 Indian children every year, study says: CBS News

"New Delhi -- The noxious air hanging over India's towns and cities kills more than 100,000 children under five every year, a damning study published Wednesday for World Environment Day found. India has repeatedly failed to address environmental concerns. Last year a UN report found 14 of the world's 15 most polluted cities were Indian. … Continue reading Air pollution kills 100,000 Indian children every year, study says: CBS News

A vision to tackle Delhi’s dirty: UN Environment Programme

  “If current policies aimed at reducing air pollution are effectively enforced, air quality will be no worse in 2030 than now, despite population growth, rapid urbanization and an ever-increasing demand for goods and services, but neither will air quality be better. “What do we need then to make the air breathable amid rapid economic … Continue reading A vision to tackle Delhi’s dirty: UN Environment Programme

Long-term plans to fight pollution in Delhi gathering dust: The Hindu

"Air pollution level in the city nosedived last week and stayed in the ‘very poor’ category for two days partly due to dust storms and also because of non-implementation of long-term plans to fight pollution, experts and government officials told The Hindu." The Hindu Read it on Delhiair.org: Long-term plans to fight pollution in Delhi … Continue reading Long-term plans to fight pollution in Delhi gathering dust: The Hindu