The season of air pollution is about to hit our health again. It will be a situation when we will be bounded to our houses and offices for almost a month. All of us will be scared of going outside due to the fearful impact of PM 2.5 on our lungs. Perhaps, it will cross the dangerous level
The city of dreams, Gurgaon has now earned a title – ‘The gas chamber’ since the Greenpeace Organisation has declared it the most polluted city in the world. The black smoke coming out of the vehicles and generators in this city is killing us.
The government is not taking enough measures to calm this monstrous pollution down.
Delhi’s air quality has already reached to the danger mark of 200 and above (sourced by AQI). The highest PM 2.5 level is recorded 465 in Vasundhra area of Ghaziabad until now and in the coming time the pollution levels are set to rise dangerously. The situation is surely getting worse day by day! The CM of Delhi,
Are you living in Delhi/NCR?
Have you ever checked the air quality index in your area?
Do you know how polluted is the air you are breathing?
If not, then the time has come to be surprised by the blasting data fact of poor quality air in Delhi/NCR region.
Living in Delhi/NCR and metro cities has become a challenge due to air pollution. The fact – “premature deaths of 7 million people due to air pollution“ is enough to warn us. The recorded data by Greenpeace Organisation says that every one out of five people in India is suffering from some kind of respiratory problem, and the number is increasing rapidly year