Geography class: World’s biggest cities fail on tougher WHO air pollution standards
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Click to view the graphic in the article below and then answer the questions:
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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