Air pollution is rising at an "alarming rate" across the World says the World Health Organisation. Gwalior, Allahabad, Patna and Raipur are in the top 10 most polluted cities. Delhi is at number 11. Raghav Chadha, the Spokesperson of AAP and Sunita Narain
Ahead of the Paris climate summit, India has pledged to cut carbon emissions but said that even though coal is polluting, it will continue to dominate its power needs. The answer, says the government, lies in clean-coal power plants also called supercritical power plants.
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In an attempt to curb the rise in both, the number of vehicles and pollution, the capital's civic bodies are deliberating a hike in one-time parking fee, which is collected by the Delhi government at the time of registration of vehicles.
Uncontrolled burning of paddy stubbles by Punjab farmers appears to be again putting the health of residents in the National Capital Region at risk, with Delhi's air quality falling sharply in the past two days even as farm fires peak in Punjab.