Recently, air pollution in Hanoi due to environmental incidents or dense smoke and dust causing air pollution in Ho Chi Minh City is of great concern to the public. So how does air pollution affect human health?
- The nature of air pollution
Air pollution exists all around us and is difficult to avoid, even for those living in wealthy developed regions. Visible airborne dust concentrations cannot reflect the freshness of the living environment. Around the world, city or country environments contain toxic pollutants in the air that exceed the WHO average recommended air quality values. In the European region, nearly every citizen is affected by air pollution. Every year, more than 90% of people are exposed to outdoor concentrations of fine dust particles that are higher than WHO air quality standards. Online pollution meters will help people better understand the polluted air where they live than with the naked eye, the organization said.
According to the World Health Organization, 6 main substances causing air pollution affect human health include: