Using gadgets and data to fight pollution3 min read 10 Aug 2016, 01:38 AM IST
IndiaSpend's Breathe project keeps tabs on the air around you, at a time when air pollution is a major menace
Mumbai: In early 2015, Govindraj Ethiraj, founder of data journalism initiative IndiaSpend, read an article on the American Embassy’s AirNow website that collates and presents air quality data from five Indian cities including Delhi and Mumbai. The story said Delhi, and not Beijing, was the most polluted city in the world.
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