Air pollution in megacities: A case study of Delhi

Oct 21, 2019, 10:30 AM

Globally air pollution accounts for 7 million annual deaths according to the WHO. In India alone, air pollution causes over a million deaths annually. Air pollution peaks during the post monsoon months in India especially the national capital, New Delhi is in the news every year for this reason. Will this change this time around? Karthik Ganesan, Research Fellow at CEEW joins Girish Shivakumar to share insights from their work in this space. Find out more about Karthik’s work here https://www.ceew.in/air-quality Liked the episode? Leave a rating and share the podcast feed to friends and colleagues! Mission Shunya blog and podcast page at www.missionshunya.com Follow Mission Shunya on social media @MissionShunya

Globally air pollution accounts for 7 million annual deaths according to the WHO. In India alone, air pollution causes over a million deaths annually. Air pollution peaks during the post monsoon months in India especially the national capital, New Delhi is in the news every year for this reason. Will this change this time around? Karthik Ganesan, Research Fellow at CEEW joins Girish Shivakumar to share insights from their work in this space. 
Find out more about Karthik’s work here https://www.ceew.in/air-quality 

Liked the episode? Leave a rating and share the podcast feed to friends and colleagues!
Mission Shunya blog and podcast page at www.missionshunya.com 
Follow Mission Shunya  on social media @MissionShunya