Team of experts crack Delhi’s chronic pollution problem Delhi pollution: commuters make their way amidst smog on a flyover in New Delhi
Eastern Eye Staff
A team of experts in the UK and India are taking on the challenge of tackling the most polluted city in the world in a new project using the latest technology. The assessment of Delhi’s chronic air pollution is being led by academics at the University of Surrey and University of Birmingham, after the institutions won funding to analyse air pollution sources in the city and produce recommendations to the Indian government. The bustling city, which is home to 46 million residents, was rated the most polluted in the world by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2014. Annual mean…
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