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According to WHO, more than 90 percent of the world's children breathe toxic air every day. And our children in India are breathing toxic air in more than 20 cities. This not only impacts their health, it impacts their overall development at every level. And honestly, no one should be putting the onus on our children and the next generation to act for clean air. It’s our time to start acting right from this moment. By planting trees, commuting without polluting and cleaning up and managing our waste. Every single action will help us get closer to cleaner air. Think about those clean, blue skies, take a deep breath and join us for the Clean Air Day For Blue Skies.




Season 1

Published on Oct 17, 2020
First mile to the last mile, how can Bengaluru breathe better?


Published on Oct 13, 2020
What will it take to make Nagpur breathe again?


Published on Sep 22, 2020
Environmental stewards bring a black carbon solution


Published on Sep 19, 2020
Here's why individual carbon footprints matter


Published on Sep 15, 2020
Project Surya: A woman-centric approach to clean air


Published on Sep 10, 2020
How the city of Agra is striving for clean air


Published on Sep 09, 2020
Stubble removal machine ft. IIT Ropar


Published on Sep 07, 2020
How can we achieve #CleanAirBharat?


Season 2

Published on Sep 07, 2022
Conversation with Clean Air Entrepreneurs


Published on Sep 07, 2022
World Clean Air Day: Impacts, Challenges and Solutions #TheAirWeShare

Smitha Verma

Published on Sep 06, 2022
Championing clean cooking: Why it matters

Payel Sen

Published on Sep 05, 2022
Saving forests from wildfires

Payel Sen

Season 3

Published on Sep 07, 2023
Breath Of Change: Innovations In The Clean Air Space

Danish Alam


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