PM2.5 air pollution caused half a million premature Indian deaths in 2015: Lancet study3 min read . Updated: 31 Oct 2017, 08:57 AM IST
Lancet study estimates 1.9 million deaths in 21 Asian countries in 2015 that could be attributed to PM2.5 air pollution from sources such as coal plants, transport, household pollution, others
New Delhi: More than half a million Indians are estimated to have died prematurely in 2015 due to particulate matter (PM) 2.5 air pollution, according to a new Lancet report that highlights the significant public health risks from climate change.
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