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Here are some of the world’s worst cities for air quality
Trying to get away from airborne ammonia? Don’t linger in Lagos or Delhi. If you’re bent on avoiding ozone, you might want to add Beijing, Karachi, and Los Angeles to your list. These are some of the cities with the … Continue reading
Air pollution: Delhi is dirty, but how do other cities fare?
The WHO last week named India’s capital the worst of 1,600 cities for PM2.5 particles. What are the other measures of pollution, and do the experts agree? Last year, a study by the World Health Organisation found that Delhi had … Continue reading
‘City air heavily polluted with lead, cadmium and CO’
The air of the city is polluted with high levels of lead and cadmium that pose a grave risk to public health, says a recent study that also points out that the average concentration of these trace metals found in … Continue reading
Pollutionwatch: The world’s dirtiest cities
For the first time in history, over half the world’s population now live in cities. But only 12% of urban dwellers enjoy airborne particle pollutionthat meets World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines. Globally, lowest city air pollution is in Canada and Iceland … Continue reading
World Environment Day 2014: Top Five Most Polluted Countries
To celebrate the World Environment Day on 5 June, a day designated by the UN to raise awareness of environmental issues, IBTimes UK looks at some of the countries with the highest rates of pollution. According to World Health Organisation WHO … Continue reading
India admits Delhi matches Beijing for air pollution threatening public health
India’s state air monitoring centre has admitted that pollution in Delhi is comparable to that of Beijing, but disputed a World Health Organisation (WHO) finding that the Indian capital had the dirtiest atmosphere in the world. A study of 1,600 … Continue reading