Indians can Survive more if Air Quality Enhances

Based on a report in Asian Age, researchers have found that if Delhi’s polluted air is cleaned up and made to meet the World Health Organization (WHO) standards, city people can increase nine years in average in their life span.

According to the report, if PM 2.5 quantity in Delhi’s air meets the WHO yearly standard of 10 micrograms per cubic meter (ug/m3), public may live up to 9 years lengthier and 6 years longer if it meets national standard of 40 ug/m3.

Some of the highest improvements can be seen in the country’s largest cities, such as Delhi.

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