Why is Delhi’s air so toxic? | The Stream

      Published on Thursday, 20 June , 2019      61 Views     
Why is Delhi’s air so toxic? | The Stream

  • Gulf TV, Qatar, Al Jazeera

More than 100,000 children under the age of five die every year in India because of air pollution, according to a report released this month by Down to Earth Magazine and the Centre for Science and Environment. Remarkably, India’s noxious air is now responsible for 12.5 percent of all deaths in the country.





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