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Airpocalypse

Assessment of Air Pollution in Indian Cities

Publication - January 18, 2017
1.2 Million deaths every year due to outdoor Air Pollution in India. 3% GDP lost due to Air Pollution.

This report shows that deadly air pollution is not a problem restricted to
Delhi-NCR (National Capital Region) or even to India’s metros. It is a national
problem that is killing 1.2 million Indians every year and costing the economy
an estimated 3% of GDP. If the country’s development is important, fighting
air pollution has to be a priority.

Airpoclypse | Not just Delhi, Air in most Indian cities hazardous ; - Greenpeace report