Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Living-and-Breathing-Dangerously-in-New-Delhi-27MZIFJ6KTWM1.htmlConceptually similarParade Drill in the Midst of the Haze in New DelhiGP0STPKBPCompleted★★★★★★★An Alarmingly Polluted National Capital, New DelhiGP0STPKC1Completed★★★★Action at the MOEF&CC in New DelhiGP0STQNMUCompleted★★★★An Old Lady wearing an N95 Respirator in New DelhiGP0STQNN9Completed★★★★Dangerous Air Pollution in DelhiGP0STOSQ0Completed★★★★Action at the MOEF&CC in New DelhiGP0STQNN1Completed★★★★Action at the MOEF&CC, in New DelhiGP0STQNMVCompleted★★★★Kaifi Aur Main in DelhiGP028Y2Completed★★★★Can't Sweep up the Smog in New DelhiGP0STPKC7Completed★★★★★★View AllGP0STPKC3Living and Breathing Dangerously in New DelhiThe all women motorcycle stunt team from the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) called 'Janbaaz' perform difficult maneuvers as a team and individually aboard their 350cc motorcycles. They are the country's first all-women stunt squad, rehearsing to perform for the first time at the Republic Day parade held on the 26th of January.Locations:Asia-India-New DelhiDate:12 Jan, 2016Credit:© Subrata Biswas / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4500px X 3000pxKeywords:Air pollution-Cities-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Flags-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Motorbikes-Outdoors-Performing artists-Red-Roads-Smog-Theatrical costumes-WomenShoot:Clean Air Nation: Delhi Chokes in the Winter SmogClean Air Nation is a campaign aiming at curbing pollution levels across Indian cities. India is home to 13 out of 20 of the most polluted cities in the world. As the political capital - and indeed, the most polluted of all cities - the bad air in Delhi gets the most attention. But, scratch below the murky surface, and you will find concentrations of PM2.5 in several other cities - Lucknow, Ahmedabad, Muzzafarpur and Faridabad, amongst others - that would justify the triggering of a ‘Red Alert.’ Even the government’s own, largely inadequate NAQI data reveals that 23 of the 32 stations across India are showing more than 70% exceedance of the national standards. The pollution levels in a few Indian cities have the embarrassing distinction of having exceeded the toxic levels of Beijing and other Chinese cities, demonstrating levels at least ten times higher than the WHO standards, making air pollution truly a national emergency.