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35% of school-going children in India suffer from poor lung health.
Airpocalypse: A Greenpeace India report points to fossil fuels, mostly coal based Thermal Power Plants (TPP) as the main source of air pollution. In fact, the Badarpur TPP was shut down to lower pollution levels.
The Central Pollution Control Board has asked each state in India to ‘draft their own plans’ to tackle air pollution. But this cannot be the solution: air pollution is a national crisis, one that needs a national level solution.
Clean air is a basic human right. Let us urge the government to make our health the main priority! Join the Clean Air Nation campaign today & demand a National Clean Air Action Plan for India.