India doesn’t need to choose between clean air and growth
( CNN) When India’s Supreme court told in November 2000 that polluting manufactures in Delhi’s residential area be relocated outside of the city, older workers from those industries came out onto the streets in dissent — terrified that they were about to lose their livelihoods.
That’s because in modern India, polluting sectors continue to be important pillars of the economy.
For example, coal renders nearly three one-fourths
of India’s total superpower.
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