Air Pollution

Pollution is significantly reducing life expectancy in India – here's what needs to be done, say researchers

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India pollution stats: Nine of the ten most polluted cities in the world are in India. Image: BWHealthCareWorld

Ruma Bhargava
Lead, Mental Health, World Economic Forum
Mahesh Ramanujam
President and CEO, Global Network for Zero
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