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World’s biggest cities fail on tougher WHO air pollution standards

  • Why is PM 2.5 pollution considered to be dangerous?

  • Which countries have the highest levels of air pollution? Why is this the case?

  • What is the potential impact for countries if they meet the new air pollution levels? Why might this be difficult to achieve?

Alasdair Monteith, Gordonstoun

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