Experts highlighted how much each individual on average contributes to air pollution.
NEW DELHI: On eve on ‘World Environment Day’, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) and Delhi Medical Association (DMA) joined hands with a leading city hospital to create awareness on the increasingly debilitating effects of air pollution and ways to reduce air pollution at the individual level.
The campaign was in line with this year’s theme of ‘Beat air pollution’, was a call to action for all citizens to combat this global crisis at an individual level. Experts highlighted how much each individual on average contributes to air pollution, and the ways to reduce air pollution with collective efforts of society.
Experts listed down ten ways we can contribute to reduce air pollution which includes use of public transport, buy energy efficient vehicles and others.