The Clean Air Collective, India (more about them here) has commissioned a perception survey on air quality through CMSR Consultants.
The ultimate goal of this exercise is to build up a strategy based on the survey findings to mitigate the effects of bad air quality and also to sensitize people on the issue of air quality.
The deadline for completing the survey is July 25, 2018.
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Air quality of India as poor as than we are not takling but also solve the problem ….. To improve the air quality as pr aera , twon , village , city , state and country..