Air Quality Woes: A Joint Struggle for India and Pakistan
By Abdul Waheed Bhutto
Effectively addressing this challenge requires the governments of both India and Pakistan to prioritize year-round efforts aimed at reducing emissions.
Choked: Where Is New Delhi’s Response to Air Pollution?
By Aditya Srinivasan
Each year, Delhi spends the winter choked in dangerous smog. So why is the scale of the problem not matched by a desperate, crisis-mode policy response?
Delhi Battles Dangerous Levels of Air Pollution
By Ashok Sharma and Shonal Ganguly
The air quality index in the capital was over 470, considered "severe" and more than 10 times the global safety threshold.
Bringing Clean Air to 4 Billion People in Asia
By Kaoru Akahoshi and Eric Zusman
To tackle air pollution, we need solutions that break down boundaries - between countries, regions, and diverse stakeholders.