Researchers show European pollution helped cause one of India's worst-ever droughts
Pollution from Europe helped cause a drought in India that was one of the country's worst ever natural disasters, affecting more than 130 million people, according to new research. Sulphur dioxide — produced mainly by coal-fired power plants — causes a number of harmful effects, such as acid rain, heart and lung diseases, and damage to plant growth.
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