Results from the previous experiment suggest that odd-even, at best, provided minor respite from air pollution
Across India, the time around Diwali brings festive cheer but in Delhi, it also brings toxic air. Dense smog has once again engulfed the nation's capital, endangering millions of its residents and heightening the calls for policy responses. One such policy response is launching today: the odd-even scheme. But going by the data and the previous odd-even experiments, Delhi's residents should temper their expectations: odd-even may provide some relief but much more is needed.