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COP28 will see more than 130 world leaders getting together to discuss policies to keep the planet from warming too much. Part of that is a potential push for use of more renewable energy over fossil fuels. Negotiations are expected to be tough.
The cities of Delhi in India and Lahore in Pakistan have some of the most polluted air in the world. Cold weather traps vehicular emissions, factory pollution, construction dust and crop burning, making the simple act of drawing breath a chore.

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