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92% of us are breathing unsafe air

Interactive maps highlight the magnitude of the air pollution problem: swathes of the world are coloured yellow, orange, red and purple, meaning air quality breaches WHO limits.



Parts of Africa, Eastern Europe, India, China and the Middle East are the biggest regional danger spots. The WHO says almost all air pollution-related deaths (94%) occur in low- and middle-income countries.

Source: weforum.org

Publication date: 11/24/2016

 


 

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