The average Indian faced more particulate pollution than the average Chinese in 2015, the first time on record, Greenpeace India said in a study.Air pollution levels in India, especially North India, have risen over the past decade, with 2015 being the most polluted year on record. Pollution exposure for the average Chinese peaked in 2011 and has seen dramatic improvement according to the report. Thus, China could serve as an example of how specific measures can help reduce pollution.
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