Toxic smog aggravates air pollution in India

The pollution crisis is made even more complicated by the burning of plant waste in winter.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA – The SAFAR Environmental Monitoring Agency found that New Delhi’s Air Quality Index fell into the very poor category on Sunday (November 14th). When it comes to poor air quality in India, New Delhi often tops the list every year.

crisis environmental pollution becomes more complex when it burns, especially in winter Plant waste around agricultural land. The thick toxic smoke then pollutes the air in India become worse.

The toxic smoke spread to New Delhi, increasing pollution in the city of more than 20 million people and exacerbating the public health crisis there. On Saturday, the New Delhi government imposed several emergency measures such as closing schools for a week, halting all construction, imposing all WFH on government employees and limiting the number of vehicles.

The supreme leader of the elected capital, Arvind Kejriwal, has given the opportunity to Lockdown full scale. However, it still has to be discussed with the federal government.

India’s pollution problem is not limited to the capital. Emissions from non-pollution industries and coal have been linked to poor air quality in other urban areas.

Reported by AP, Sunday (November 14th), India’s energy demand is expected to grow faster than in any other country over the next few decades. Part of this demand is met by generating electricity from coal, the cheapest fuel and the main source of CO2 emissions that pollute the air.

At the world climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, India therefore called for gradual dismantling instead of stopping coal-fired power generation. India’s Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav spoke out against the coal phase-out by saying that developing countries were entitled to responsible use of fossil fuels.

Many experts criticized this step. They fear that it has weakened the final deal and could also hamper India’s fight against climate change and deteriorating air quality.

“Absolutely undesirable. A coal disposal is currently not technically possible. There is no scenario that assumes that India will not become dependent on coal by 2050, ”said Samrat Sengupta, program director for climate change and energy at the Think Tank Center for Science and Environment.

Indian coal reserves have a high ash content that burns inefficiently and leads to increased air pollution. But millions of Indians depend on coal for a living.

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