Catalyzing Clean Air in India

Globally, air pollution is a silent killer. The air pollution levels in India are among the highest in the world, posing a heavy threat to the country’s health and economy. Almost all of India’s 1.4 billion people are exposed to unhealthy levels of ambient PM 2.5 – the most harmful pollutant – emanating from multiple sources. 

But, the government of India is not sitting idle and the World Bank is supporting India as well!

Please click here to read more and view the 5 minute animation film that introduces the concept of airshed management of air pollution in India and helps understand how PM2.5 is formed, how it travels and how it impacts health.

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