Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Indians would live for around four years more on an average if the country’s air quality here meets the WHO’s air quality measures, as indicated by a new study. Taking note of that surrounding air pollution alone may cost India more than USD 0.5 trillion every year, it said it is causing a shorter life to a huge number of people in the nation. A group of scientists have proposed a huge number of measures to beat the issue that includes applying charges for excess emission. Indians would be able to live for around four years longer on a normal if the nation meets the WHO’s air quality principles, the research said. To help enhance India’s air quality, analysts from the University of Chicago and Harvard Kennedy School have spread out five key proof based policy in another report titled ‘A Roadmap Towards Cleaning India’s Air’, the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago said in an announcement.