And the attitudinal changes thus desired are misplaced if directed at the other before the self.
Trace your own historic contribution to that anger, first. Then-you'll learn to be compassionate where it is needed & call out ignorance (that reeks of massive social privilege) where it is much more needed.
Delhi pollution is as much a result of our own doing if not more than that of the farmers who were(1)never provided even the bare minimum infrastructure to manage the crop waste(2)denied education that would assist them in devising new solutions for themselves[which is the ideal solution but ever thought where our high-end jobs would go if they learnt to do this themselves.The falling of these historical structures would be the doom of capitalism,which is not the aspiration of any capitalist, just saying]. We are hiding behind our poor in terms of per-capita carbon footprint.Our convenience is causing a deeper hole in the layers of the atmosphere than the lifestyles of farmers who actually work hard to tend plants that supply us oxygen, food & sundry other survival things.
This equation never was balanced,never will be if we keep denying the gravity of history & continue on this linear path of development charted out for us by people who lived farther from the limitations of earth. Moving to Blore coz Delhi is too polluted will turn all these cities into uninhabitable ghost cities 1 at a time. It is our lifestyles conditioned deeply into us that stand for trial today. Ofcourse, radical changes are difficult. But- I'm sick of these collective accusations against people who certainly harmed the environment less than all of us and yet suffer denigration and ridicule in peri-uban/urban; upper class; upper caste humor/media/others.
While the farmers learn to articulate their suffering over the next few decades, I'd rather not engage with the well-educated;self-consumed folk coz they demand the same emotional & mental labor from me that a sexual abuser would if I were to engage with him/her 1-1.
Abuse of all kinds thrives in silence and callous humor, or so I've learnt.
Our ignorance is our biggest privilege *ends rant as you would call it*