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India’s Air Pollution Crisis

Almost every major city in Northern India consistently shows AQI Levels that make Beijing look like a park


(Also read my letter to Haryana’s Chief Minister)

In any other country, Delhi’s toxic air would have prompted a national emergency. One as serious, if not more, than the Covid lockdown.

Why Delhi (and India, at large), have not declared such an emergency is what this post will discuss.




Observing India from within

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