Air pollution is ausing respiratory problems to African refugees

2024-01-11 16:29

is experiencing some of the worst air pollution in the world. In many cities, concentrations of tiny pollution particles – including dust, soot and smoke – are now five to ten times greater than the level recommended by the World Health Organization. In a new study published in Nature Geoscience, Francis Pope, an atmospheric scientist at the University of Birmingham, identifies the burning of biomass fuel – used by nearly 970 million people in Africa for cooking, heating and lighting – as a key cause of the poor air quality in many African nations. ‘This dangerous air can cause complex and sometimes deadly health issues for those breathing it in,’ he says. So, we should ask them to use clean cookstoves which will save as much fuel as they can and with high efficiency. SSM is expert in this realm.


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