The new study for air pollution which focuses specifically on India, further supports those estimates. The study relied on computer simulations of outdoor air pollution levels throughout the nation — including both fine particulate matter and ozone, which is also known to cause respiratory disease — using data from national inventories on pollutant emissions. The researchers then used a model (relying on previous research on the human health response to pollution exposure) to estimate the number of associated premature deaths. All the simulations were based on 2011 data.
There are five solutions for air pollution 1. use public mode of transportation,2. conserve energy,3.understand the concept of reduce, reuse and recycle,4.emphasis on clean energy resources and 5. the use energy efficient devices