The Times Of India published a study that suggested the number one form of pollutant pollution is diesel, followed by smog.
The study is being cited by some environmental groups as evidence that India’s air quality is bad.
However, it is important to note that the study is based on a single measurement and is not a comprehensive analysis of the pollution levels in India.
The study looked at a number of different measurements in India, including levels of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide, and carbon monofluorocarbon (CFC), which is a potent carcinogen.
The researchers found that diesel is responsible for about 15 percent of India’s total CO2 emissions and smog is responsible on average for 20 percent of air pollution.
The data they used to calculate the pollution was sourced from official data.
According to a statement from the Ministry of Environment, there are approximately 8,000 million diesel-powered vehicles in India and around 1,000,000 diesel-fired power plants.
A study done in 2007 found that India had one of the highest diesel-vehicle emissions in the world.
According, the study shows that diesel particulate matter levels in Delhi averaged around 1.7 micrograms per cubic meter (mg/m3) in 2013 and Delhi recorded the highest pollution in the country, which was about 14 mg/m2 in 2013.
The city recorded the second highest number of PM10 and PM2.5 particles (PM2.1 = about 0.3 mg/cm3).
Delhi has about 2.7 million smog units (the average amount of pollution per unit of CO2).