Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Can the Affluent Be Convinced to Ride Transit in Delhi?

Every winter when New Delhi’s air quality reaches hazardous levels, much of the conversation about it tends to focus on two causes—the practice of crop burning by farmers in nearby states, and the bursting of firecrackers during the Hindu festival Diwali.

There’s no doubt that these are both major contributors to the Indian capital’s toxic winter air. But putting these events in the spotlight can be frustrating for those who study pollution and wish there was greater public scrutiny of the issue …