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Category Archives: Chile
Report Finds that 97 Percent of Global Cities Did Not Meet Latest WHO Air Quality Guideline
The 2021 World Air Quality Report finds that only three percent of cities and no single country met the latest World Health Organization’s (WHO) PM2.5 annual air quality guideline. The report analyzes PM2.5 air pollution measurements from air monitoring stations … Continue reading
New research finds 1M deaths in 2017 attributable to fossil fuel combustion
An interdisciplinary group of researchers from across the globe has comprehensively examined the sources and health effects of air pollution—not just on a global scale, but also individually for more than 200 countries. They found that worldwide, more than one … Continue reading
China tops WHO list for deadly outdoor air pollution
More than 1 million people died from dirty air in one year, according to World Health Organisation China is the world’s deadliest country for outdoor air pollution, according to analysis by the World Health Organisation (WHO). The UN agency has … Continue reading
Is Chile’s Success Causing Air Pollution at Home?
Chile’s run to the Copa America semifinals has been another bright spot for the nation’s soccer fans, but is it making the country’s longstanding air-pollution problem worse? Some observers in Santiago think so. The 7-0 win against Mexico may have inspired … Continue reading
Top 10 worst cities for air pollution
With thousands of people dying every year due to poor air quality in these cities, something must be done to alleviate the problem. This week it was reported that almost 9,500 people lose their lives each year in London due … Continue reading
Chile’s largest city temporarily shut down due to smog ’emergency’
Measures relaxed on Monday night after cars were ordered off streets of Santiago, businesses shut and 7 million residents told to stay indoors Authorities in Chile’s capital shut down hundreds of businesses and ordered hundreds of thousands of cars off … Continue reading
Santiago Smog: Chile Declares Environmental Emergency Over Air Pollution
Extremely high level of air pollution in the Chilean capital of Santiago has forced authorities to declare a state of environmental emergency in the Santiago metropolitan area for Monday, the country’s environment ministry said in a statement. The emergency measures, which … Continue reading
Chile’s air is so polluted that Copa America fans are being told not to barbecue
It’s a Chilean tradition. The mad rush home from work early — triggering traffic jams — to light up the barbecue, crack open a beer, and watch the national soccer team bid for glory. Except that at this year’s Copa … Continue reading