Real-Time Air Pollution Exposure Interactive Map – Check The Air Quality in Your City

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  • The largest real-time air quality databank, bundling real-time air quality data for particulate matter (PM2.5) is available online.

Right now (6,443,546,184 people) of the global population are experiencing ambient air quality that does not meet the WHO annual PM2.5 guideline. The age group is currently most affected by air pollution.

Related news: South African court rules that clean air is a constitutional right

Check out the air quality where you live HERE 

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