Poor air quality kills people. Worldwide, bad outdoor air has caused millions of premature deaths, about 90 percent of them in low- and middle-income countries, according to the World Health Organization. Indoor smoke is an ongoing health threat to the 3 billion people who cook and heat their homes by burning biomass, kerosene, and coal.
To curb global warming, a variety of measures need to be taken, such as adding more renewable energy and replacing gasoline-fueled cars with zero-emissions vehicles such as electric ones. On a larger scale, governments at all levels are making commitments to limit emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases.
The students of Galgotia University performed a Nukkad Natak at Omaxe Connaught Place, Greater Noida in 2019 to spread awareness about the harmful effects of air pollution. They were accompanied by our President and team members.