64 pct Delhiites won’t burn crackers, will you join them?
As many of you know LocalCircles is committed to the cause of better air quality and driving appropriate action from both Government and Citizens to reduce pollution. Below are the results of the recently done 2019 Air Quality or Pollution Preparedness Survey in which thousands of citizens from Delhi NCR participated. Please review and share the same with your social media contacts and if possible, city authorities. Your city may not have AQI levels as bad as Delhi NCR but crackers do increase PM 2.5 and PM 10 levels considerably so if possible Say NO to crackers.
LocalCircles team wishes you and your family a very Happy Diwali!!LocalCircles 2019 Pollution Preparedness Survey more
All that is required is awareness and some kind of sacrifice. We are changing and will change in future, but will take time. more
I don't find the report as said to have been attached
Aju Mukhopadhyay, Poet, Author and Critic
On Sun, Oct 27, 2019 at 1:19 PM LocalCircles Manager < email@example.com
This is heartening to note that air quality in the capital has improved. Let the tempo continue. Vehicular emissions are one of the big culprits. That has to be checked. In Pondicherry it is the main source of pollution. more
I entirely agree with Shri Subramanian Ashok (Royapettah, Mr.). Why are we concentrating so much on festivals and not on rest of the days in the year. Stop all petrol and diesel vehicles within city limits within city limits, provide convenient (time and space wise) public transport and pollution in cities shall be well under control for most of days in a year. What is an economic alternative to farmers other than burning the waste material. Offer them a practical alternative and farmers shall certainly adopt that rout. We are on wrong track in attempt to find a solution.
A lil bit community bursting needs to happen in order to continue with and keep up the tradition!!
There just might be more convincing and beneficial reasons than we know right now!! more