We are all breathing in polluted air


More than seven million people worldwide die every year as a result of air pollution, and we are all exposed to it. — AFP

Almost all of humanity is exposed to excessively high levels of pollutants in the air, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

An estimated 99% of the world’s population breathes air that exceeds the UN health body’s limits for particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide, said its annual report published on April 4 (2022).

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