Results from a new survey supported by Clean Air Fund indicate that people in India broadly support measures for clean air. The survey was conducted in five countries- India, Nigeria, Bulgaria, Poland and Great Britain and the results have been published in a new briefing called Breathing Space. The briefing highlights the close connections between … Continue reading Indians demand clean air
Book on air pollution
SIDDHARTH SINGH is an energy, mobility and climate policy expert. He was selected to be a German Chancellor Fellow in 2016–17 under the guardianship of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office. He has been a visiting fellow at the Wuppertal Institute in Berlin and the Fridtjof Nansen Institute in Oslo and has worked at TERI in New … Continue reading Book on air pollution
A personal narrative on air pollution
The following is an open letter from a mother of two who lives in the Delhi-NCR region. Her story is likely to resonate with many of you. My name is Dr. R. Sharma. I am a mother of two and a doctor by profession. In 2017, I noticed that my younger child was developing cough … Continue reading A personal narrative on air pollution
How do residents of Delhi perceive air pollution?
In 2016, Clean Air Asia- India launched the Youth for Clean Air Network (YCAN) as a voluntary platform to engage young people in finding solutions for better air quality in Indian cities. YCan is involved primarily in evidence based advocacy and finding local innovative solutions to meet the challenge of air pollution. In April 2017, the … Continue reading How do residents of Delhi perceive air pollution?
Don’t Normalize Air Pollution
Air pollution is not just a winter time (seasonal) issue, and year-round engagement and effort is required. Read the opinion piece- Air Pollution In India - Think Beyond Delhi And Beyond Winter