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Air pollution in biggest cities four times above safe levels
An investigation by OpenAQ has found that the average level of air pollution in the world’s largest cities is nearly four times higher than the maximum levels recommended by the WHO. According to estimates, 90 per cent of the world … Continue reading
International travelers experience the harmful effects of air pollution
Even a short stay for travelers in cities with high levels of air pollution leads to breathing problems that can take at least a week from which to recover, a new study shows. Led by researchers at NYU School of … Continue reading
Chinese cities deal with extreme smog, haze
The smog and haze issue in China has been a problem for many years, and recently it has become a severe problem. It has the potential to ruin a healthy life for millions of civilians. The concept of environmental pollution … Continue reading
No clearing the air over neighbor’s pollution
Pollutants from China and their resultant problems are nothing new to Japan. Acid rain, principally caused by high levels of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide in industrial pollutants, has been a concern for several decades. While Kyushu and western Japan … Continue reading
China to release pollution data in 74 cities
Air pollution is a serious concern in many of China’s cities, but the authorities have obfuscated or manipulated pollution data for years. However, the Chinese state media said on Sunday that 496 monitoring stations would release data in real time … Continue reading