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WHO tightens air quality guidelines

WHO releases stricter air quality guidelines to protect human health. The new standard for fine particles (PM2.5) is halved, stressing that exposure to PM2.5 is a major health risk.

Green in India means red in Norway

We've attempted to compare the different PM2.5 breakpoints in selected air quality indices. It turns out a green level does not mean the same around the world.
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WHO tightens air quality guidelines

WHO releases stricter air quality guidelines to protect human health. The new standard for fine particles (PM2.5) is halved, stressing that exposure to PM2.5 is a major health risk.

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We’re measuring pollen!

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