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Category Archives: Air Quality
Air pollution warning for Bangkok
Unsafe levels of fine dust are forecast for the capital city from Tuesday to Friday due to stagnant air and extensive burn-off in Cambodia. A high pressure systems from China would cover the country and cause stagnant air which would … Continue reading
Bangkok air pollution prompts advice to work from home
Thai capital’s already bad air made worse by forest fires and burning on farms People in Bangkok have been advised to work from home and wear face masks due to air pollution that has worsened to unhealthy levels. Officials urged … Continue reading
Jet engine lubrication oils are a major source of ultrafine particles
Ultrafine particles form during combustion processes, for example when wood or biomass is burned, as well as in power and industrial plants. Alongside road traffic, large airports are a major source of these ultrafine particles, which are less than 100 … Continue reading
Gas stoves have given 650,000 U.S. children asthma, study finds
Gas stoves are responsible for 12.7% of U.S. childhood asthma cases, a new study in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health has found. That proportion is much higher in states such as Illinois (21.1%), California (20.1%) … Continue reading
UK study adds to evidence of air pollution link to long-term illness
Research found greater chances of multiple chronic illnesses in people living in polluted areas Are the impacts from air pollution hiding in plain sight in the everyday aliments that so many of us suffer from? A new study, the largest … Continue reading
Major study shows exposure to air pollution puts people at greater risk of multiple health conditions
Exposure to higher concentrations of air pollution has been linked to an increased risk of developing long term, multiple physical and mental health issues, new research has indicated. In the largest study of its kind worldwide, researchers examined the data … Continue reading