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Delhi pollution: Why does fixing the city’s air seem like an impossible task?

HuffPo India:

“Why are power plants like the Khurja Super Thermal Power plant, only 80-100 km away from Delhi, coming up? It has a power of 1,320 MW. Imagine the kind of pollution it will be creating,” Sunil Dahiya, a senior campaigner at Greenpeace India, told HuffPost India over the phone.

A report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis has recommended that the Khurja plant, which is being set up by the Tehri Hydro Development Corporation, be cancelled for reasons including the emergency air pollution levels in Delhi.

Delhi Pollution: Why Does Fixing The City’s Air Seem Like An Impossible Task?

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