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Who Gets to Breathe Clean Air in New Delhi?

by Michelle Kuang | Dec 22, 2020
New Delhi 2020
Using low-cost sensors, PM2.5 pollution exposure was monitored throughout the course of a typical school day for two children from different socioeconomic backgrounds in New Delhi, India. Monu, 13, lives in a hut in a slum near the polluted Yamuna River in New Delhi, does not have access to air purifiers, and experiences about four times as much air pollution in a day than 11-year old Aamya, who lives in an upper-middle-class neighborhood and has access to air purifiers at both home and school. Learn moreLink to external website.
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