Professor Kirk Smith Publishes Op-ed “the Pollution in the House”

A worker unloads liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cooking cylinders from a supply truck outside a distribution centre in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad February 19, 2015. India may slash its food and fuel subsidy bill by about $8 billion in next week’s budget, two sources said, but despite the impressive headline, the cut is not as radical as free market champions had hoped for in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first full budget. REUTERS/Amit Dave

Professor Kirk Smith publishes an op-ed on a proposed program, Ujjwala-Mamta (meaning bright motherhood), to expand LPG connections in India with a focus on poor pregnant women

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