During the month of September we have celebrated International Day of Clean Air for blue skies, International Day of Democracy and International Day of Preservation of Ozone Layer. Is there any relation to democracy and air pollution? Does higher democracy rate lead to less air pollution?
Niraj Bhatt, Researcher - Environment and Climate Change
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