Last week, CEEW, in collaboration with UrbanEmissions, released a report that evaluates the clean air action plans prepared under the National Clean Air Programme. The report identifies key components of a clean air plan and suggests ways in which these components can be integrated into the existing city action plans. It also provides recommendations to the State Pollution Control Boards (SPCBs) and municipal corporations on strengthening the plans.
Here is what the lead authors, Tanushree Ganguly & L.S. Kurinji had to say:
Access the report here.
Citation: Ganguly, Tanushree, L. S. Kurinji, Sarath Guttikunda. 2020. How Robust are Urban India’s Clean Air Plans? An Assessment of 102 Cities. New Delhi: Council on Energy, Environment and Water.