Much before air pollution emerged as a critical health and environment issue in India, we developed state-of-the-art capacities for studying air quality. Our research focusses on a range of issues, including ambient air quality and apportionment of contributing sources , indoor air quality assessment for urban and rural households, regional scale assessment, impacts on health and agriculture, and capacity building of stakeholders for better management. Our research and analyses have been taken into account by policy makers for improvements in various standards and policies.
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10 ways to control air pollution
The report covers sources of air pollution in parts of northern India and their impact, thereby offering solutions that may be replicated in other regionsRead More
Breathe and Let Breathe: R Suresh
An action plan against air pollution for Delhi cannot be fully implemented if its neighbouring states have no plans of their ownRead More
The air we breathe: Sumit Sharma
The air we breathe is slowly killing us and our crops, if we don’t act nowplay
Position paper: 'Improving Inspection and Maintenance System for In-use Vehicles in India'
Transport sector is a key contributor to air pollution, especially PM 2.5. Reducing vehicular emissions requires a strong Inspection and Maintenance systemRead More
Mapping people’s perception of pollution
The nationwide survey shows that most people in both urban and rural areas believe that public transport should be improved on high priorityRead More