Masks are Back, Construction Banned and Schools Shut as Toxic Air Engulfs New Delhi
By Shonal Ganguly and Piyush Nagpal
In winter, the burning of crop residues in neighboring states coincides with cooler temperatures that trap hazardous smoke.
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?
Fighting India's Pollution and Climate Change at the Same Time
By Zeenat Masoodi
Short-lived climate pollutants are responsible for both Delhi's choking smog and a significant part of global warming.
India: Trouble in the Air
By Neeta Lal
Residents of New Delhi are literally choking to death. Can authorities solve the pollution problem?