It’s Time For India To Take Air Pollution Lessons From Beijing
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The report further added that the problem is not limited to Delhi and Lucknow alone; several other North Indian cities are facing similar high levels of pollution. Though one can attribute a portion of this rising pollution levels to Diwali festivities—as it was the time when Indians polluted the air by bursting crackers—but it alone can't be held responsible for this current pollution mess.
The non-governmental environmental organization
"The government's own data suggests that the air quality in several north Indian cities is worse than the air in Beijing, and yet we remain tentative in recognising this 'Airpocalypse' as a pollution disaster," said Greenpeace India campaigner Sunil Dahiya.
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