Ikea’s plan to fix pollution crisis in India

New Delhi (CNN Business)Ikea has come up with a plan to help some of the world’s most polluted cities breathe easier.

The global furniture giant will start making products out of agricultural waste in India, meaning farmers no longer have to burn it.
The initiative, called “Better Air Now,” will provide Indian farmers with a use for unwanted rice straw, which is often burned. Smoke from the fires is one of the major contributors to northern India’s pollution crisis.

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