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How long will Delhi gasp for breath? 

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17888

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Contributed by

B.Muralidhar

Topics

Climate change and Dryland stresses, Development Pathways, Policy & Institutions, Youth

Systems

Farming Systems, Livelihood Systems

Locations

Asia, India

Global Date

22/Nov/2019

Title

How long will Delhi gasp for breath?

Keywords

Air Pollution, Climate Smart Practices, National Green Tribunal, Youth in Agriculture, Micro-irrigation,GHG emissions, Holistic Farming Approach, Crop-Residue Burning

Language

English

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463 kB

Story Partners

CIMMYT

Author/Key contact

SMCO staff

Story Source

https://www.financialexpress.com/opinion/how-long-will-delhi-gasp-for-breath/1769611/

Publishing Location

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Story Lead Center

ICRISAT

Type

Corporate

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https://www.financialexpress.com/opinion/how-long-will-delhi-gasp-for-breath/1769611/

Description

Burning crop residue worsens air quality, damages health, disrupts lives and deprives farmers of opportunities to make alternate gains on farm. Recognizing factors that drive the practice and demonstrating proven solutions is the way ahead. Delhi is considered one of the most polluted cities in the world. Air pollution is caused due to rising number of vehicles, industrial pollution, construction activities and reducing green cover not commensurate with rapid urbanization. Air quality worsens from mid-October to mid-November, often slipping from severe to hazardous category. A major reason ascribed to poor air quality is stubble burning in Punjab, Haryana and parts of UP. 

Date (Date published/released/created if known)

22/Nov/2019

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