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🌐 Issue 6: Air Pollution in South Asia


Oxygen Mag

January 24 · Issue #6 · View online

Handpicked stories for people who care about clean air.

Please fasten your seat belts. This is a special issue of Oxygen Mag. This week air pollution scientist Dr. Pallavi Pant joins us to handpick stories about South Asia for you. 
Pallavi is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and conducts research on urban air pollution. She also runs a platform on air quality in India.
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🙌 Handpicked Stories For You
Today’s issue is curated by Pallavi Pant on air pollution stories from across South Asia. And if you want even more, find @airsouthasia and @airqualityindia on Twitter.  
The Growing Problem of Air Pollution in Pakistan
Global health: Deadly dinners
Two Children, One Rich, One Poor, Gasping for Air in Delhi’s Smog
Rajshahi: the city that took on air pollution – and won
Turning Carbon Air Pollution into Artist Paints and Inks
Air Pollution Cost India A Staggering 8.5% Of GDP In 2013: World Bank
Pollution study extrapolated to defame India: says Prakash Javadekar
🌲 A Note From Smokey's Nest
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Until next time,
-Amrit Sharma 😷Founder, AirAirAir and SmokeyNew Delhi, India
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