Delhi's geographical location makes it susceptible to air pollution. which trap pollutants in the atmosphere.
During winter, neighboring states' crop residue burning releases pollutants that affect Delhi's air quality
High vehicle density contributes significantly to air pollution in the city.
Industrial emissions from factories in and around Delhi worsen the pollution problem.
Ongoing construction and road dust add to particulate matter in the air.
nefficient public transport systems lead to increased personal vehicle use.
Burning of waste, including plastics, releases toxic chemicals into the air.
To protect young children from hazardous pollution, Delhi govt. close the school for 2 days
Prolonged exposure to polluted air leads to various health issues, reducing life expectancy.
he government has implemented policies like the odd-even scheme and promotes cleaner energy sources