The city of Bangalore is in the heart of India’s capital, and the city is one of the most polluted cities in the world.
In a city that has an average temperature of around 70 degrees Celsius, a daily average of more than 10,000 tonnes of CO2 is emitted by the city’s municipal transport system, which includes public buses, light rail, public transport, and air conditioners.
Bangalore is also one of India ‘s most densely populated cities, and its air pollution has been linked to an increase in cases of asthma and bronchitis among residents.
India’s largest city, which is home to the largest Indian diaspora in the country, has also seen a dramatic increase in deaths due to CO2-related illnesses and diseases.
India has about a million residents in the capital city, and around a third of them are from the north-west region of India.
In the capital, there are also numerous industrial plants, and many of them have been built in the city centre.
However, pollution in the area has been a problem for many years, with pollution in one area having reached nearly 10 times its legal limit.
In 2017, Delhi’s air quality index (AQI) reached 0.9 on a scale of 0-100, and it has surpassed this threshold in many parts of the city, including parts of Bangalore.
In May 2017, the Delhi government issued a new regulation, which stipulated that only industrial plants or power plants in industrial zones or areas with an annual CO2 emission of more then 500 tonnes can operate.
This rule had been in place for 10 years, but it has been recently overturned by the government.
In December 2017, a special committee set up by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) had issued a report on the issue, stating that pollution in Delhi had reached levels that had to be reduced.
The report noted that the air quality in Delhi was not in line with the national standard, and therefore it was not necessary to restrict the power supply to industrial zones in Delhi.
However in September 2018, the government announced that it had made significant improvements to the air pollution control systems.
The Delhi government has also promised to implement the pollution control measures announced in September, including new measures to improve air quality.
The issue of pollution in Bangalore has been brought up by a number of NGOs in the past few years, including the Environmental Monitoring Group, a coalition of local NGOs.
A few months ago, the Centre announced that the government was going to set up a special monitoring team for monitoring air quality and reducing CO2 pollution.
In July 2017, it also set up an ‘action plan’ for reducing air pollution, including reducing the amount of diesel vehicles on the roads, limiting the number of cars on the road and reducing the use of buses and taxis.
It also set out a number on ways to reduce the number and intensity of vehicles in the national capital.
However despite these efforts, the issue of air pollution is still a sensitive one in India.
As the pollution levels have been rising, people have complained that it has become hard to breathe, and they also say it has affected their health.
The number of people who died due to air pollution in 2017 stood at 1,634.
In October 2018, two new deaths were reported.
The first of these was in the state of Tamil Nadu, which has about 70,000 residents in Bangalore.
A second death occurred in the neighbouring state of Karnataka.
The third death, reported by the Karnataka police, took place in the same state, but was also not linked to the pollution.
The Karnataka government has made some progress in reducing air quality levels.
In February 2018, a team led by the state government, led by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, met the National Capital Region (NCR) Authority, the regulatory body for the NCR.
They have also started implementing the action plan announced in March 2018, which included a series of measures to reduce air pollution levels in the NCG region.
The NCA has set a target of reducing the annual air pollution index (AAI) to 0.5, which would be the highest possible value in terms of air quality since it would be a global average.
However this target has not been met yet, as air quality remains high.
A number of issues also remain to be addressed, including building standards, road and rail infrastructure, and energy infrastructure.
The government is also in the process of setting up a network of sensors that would measure pollution levels.
The National Green Technology Mission is also a key issue for many.
As part of the National Programme on Air Quality, the state and NCR have set up two pilot projects, each costing about Rs 10 lakh per month.
Both these pilot projects are in the pilot stage and have been in the planning stage for a while now.
The pilot project in Karnataka is to test the effectiveness of a sensor system developed by the Centre for Monitoring the