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Air pollution, why just focus on Delhi? | Diane Coffey & Sangita Vyas | Scroll

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This article discusses the very real threat that air pollution poses in smaller cities and rural areas. Unfortunately, air quality data for towns and rural areas is essentially non-existent in India, but our own measures of air quality outside of the capital suggest that poor air quality is just as much of a threat in towns and rural areas.

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