MUMBAI, Nov. 11 -- After three revisions, the city's final air pollution action plan has been put in the public domain. The plan outlines the key areas the administration and regulatory bodies will focus on to improve the city's air quality.

The Centre approved the action plan last month and it is currently in the first stage of implementation. Environment group Conservation Action Trust (CAT) accessed and made it public last Thursday. On Friday, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) published the plan on its website, but claims to have published it on October 7. "The expert committee has approved the plan for Mumbai. They are convinced that all elements specified by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) such as pollutants, sources, t...