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Air quality affects health. Health gets affected easier then by a virus. So let’s get real folks!
People like me and the lovely rockstar editor of this show Chloé have known something I’m gonna tell you. Pollution creates sickness. Sickness makes it then easier to pollinate a virus and hurts people with a VIRUS!
Even though I have asthma I work out like a beast. Here’s my workout I posted on Instagram.
Yet why do I say this? Because this is a wake up call. To those who think electric cars are bad, or eating organic is something against the LGBT community. It’s enough! We must plant trees, go solar, eat and drink organic and stop pollution.
So let’s rank air quality in the 30 most polluted cities! New Data Ranks Health Threat in Cities from Worst to Best For in GOLDACH, Switzerland and on Feb. 25, 2020 in PRNewswire. They report air pollution continues to pose one of the biggest threats to human health. All with 90% of the global population breathing unsafe air. The latest data compiled by IQAir. It’s published in the 2019 World Air Quality Report and online most polluted cities ranking. One reveals the changing state of particulate pollution (PM2.5) around the world during 2019. The new dataset highlights elevated air pollution levels. All as a result of climate change events.
That’s such as sandstorms and wildfires, and pollution. For it gains from the rapid urbanization of cities. Especially in areas such as Southeast Asia. While some achievements have been made in air quality monitoring infrastructure globally, there are still huge gaps in access to data around the world.
“While the Coronavirus is dominating international headlines, a silent killer is contributing to nearly 7 million more deaths a year: air pollution. Through compiling and visualizing data from thousands of air quality monitoring stations, the 2019 World Air Report reveals new context to the world’s leading environmental health threat.”
1. In China: Chinese cities achieved a 9% average decrease in PM2.5 levels in 2019, after a 12% decrease in 2018. Still, 98% of cities exceeded WHO guidelines and 53% of cities exceed China’s less stringent national targets. In the last decade Beijing has more than halved its annual PM2.5 levels. This year, Beijing dropped out of the ranking’s top 200 most polluted cities.
2. In South Korea: South Korea was the most polluted country for PM2.5 among the OECD during 2019. Air quality levels in key cities have remained relatively stagnant over recent years.
3. In India: Then cities in India, on average, exceed the WHO target for annual PM2.5 exposure by 500%, national air pollution decreased by a remarkable 20% from 2018 to 2019, with 98% of cities experiencing improvements. These improvements are believed to be largely a result of economic slow-down.
So let’s be clear. INDIA won’t die this year of Corona. It’ll be the excess heat. For they now have a new statistic for deaths called Unknown. That’s for heat related deaths.
So in conclusion, when we get angry it’s because we want trees in India or organic foods. It’s so things like this WON’T HAPPEN! Now they have. So let’s do this. Go green! Together!
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