Report on Positions and Actions on Air Pollution in Indian cities

*Content from Climate Trends/GSCC*

Climate Trends has compiled a report on the statements and actions from Members of Parliament n the 14 cities listed as the most polluted by WHO in 2018. The report compiles the actions taken in respective cities at national, sub-national and local level, statements by opposition leaders, including corresponding air quality averages in the last 5 years (where available).

Since the 14 most polluted include cities like Varanasi, Kanpur, Lucknow, Patna, Muzzaffarpur, Gaya, Delhi, Gurugram and others — it puts spotlight on current air pollution levels, actions plans and status in Parliamentary constituencies of some key Cabinet Ministers, including the Prime Minister.

The report and the executive summary are available here.

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