Produced and Edited by J.P. Dobrin Hundreds of millions in India still rely on burning wood for cooking. The smoke from this indoor cooking is now the largest source of air pollution in India, which has the worst air quality in the world. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he had a solution. Free gas canisters. But this film reveals that the reality isn’t as promised. Set in rural villages, the film shows most families still burn wood after they’ve exhausted the government-supplied gas canisters, which collect dust in a corner. Local gas distributors confirm what young mothers say on camera—that there is no free gas. The reality is the government is loaning families a stove and a first gas cylinder, after which they need to pay for the refills that are still too expensive for the vast majority of Indians. Most go back to burning wood after using up that first gas cylinder. There are dangerous consequences for not making an honest attempt to improve air quality for over a billion Indians, and the rest of the world.