Scoping Study for South Asia Air Pollution

TERI India has completed a Scoping Study for South Asia Air Pollution in partnership with Ricardo Energy and Environment (United Kingdom), Nature Conservation Management (Bangladesh), Tribhuvan University (Nepal) and Sustainable Development Policy Institute (Pakistan).

This work was supported by the South Asia Research Hub, Department for International Development, Government of UK. Several knowledge gaps have been identified, and recommendations are provided.

Blurb from the report

DFID has commissioned a scoping study to address key knowledge and policy gaps around air pollution issues in South Asia. TERI was selected to undertake this study in four South Asian countries, namely, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The main aim of the scoping study is to assess the current state of evidence of air pollution in these countries and identify the research gaps and priority areas at country level and regional scale.