India’s air pollution crisis

As mentioned recently, I am going to Bangalore, India on January 17th for our TB work. One of the things I’m curious about is air pollution there. This issue has been covered extensively in the New York Times, including an article published today by Nida Najar.

Josh Apte, one of my friends from college, is an assistant professor at the University of Texas and studies air particulate matter. He and I have emailed about this enormous challenge. It really seems like a public health crisis.

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One thought on “India’s air pollution crisis

  1. Yes air pollution is bad. Noise pollution is also a challenge. I wrote on that locally in 2007. I will be in Bangalore same time. Vinod Seth 701 426 4788

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