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Delhi's Toxic Smog

A poisonous smog covers Delhi, India's capital city. The WHO has deemed that the levels of PM2.5, a dangerous particulate in the air, in Delhi are dangerously high. They have spiked recently, possibly due to recent Diwali fireworks celebrations. This smog causes stinging of eyes, throat and is choking the 19 million residents of Delhi.

I read this article a couple of days ago about the current pollution crisis in India's major cities (most notably Delhi), and it showed me how much we take for granted something so basic such as clean air. It really is worth the read, so click below to see the article!


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