The aim of the study was to investigate the association of ambient air pollution and daily mortality in Erfurt, Germany, over a 10.5-year period after the German unification, when air quality improved.

In rural Bangladesh, Indoor Air Pollution (IAP) is dangerously high for poor households dependent on biomass cooking fuels. Based on earlier World Bank research, controlled, scientifi cally monitored experiments were conducted in Burumdi village,
Narayanganj District, to test the effects of structural

This document presented by the MoEF in response to a recent parliament question focuses on the state of pollution in our cities. Gobindgarh in Punjab has been rated as the most polluted city while Delhi has been rated as the most polluted metro followed by Kolkata.

Lok Sabha question and answer on most polluted cities in India.

Air pollution in the urban centers of China has received significant attention over the last year, primarily due the 2008 Olympic Games.


Q: Which are Calcutta

The paper examines the spatial distribution of air pollution in response to recent air quality regulations in Delhi, India. Air pollution was monitored at 113 sites spread across Delhi and its surrounding areas from July

This paper arises from a concern over the lack of information (quantitatively) on the contributions of different source categories of air pollution in developing countries -
especially for fine particulate matter (PM), which is the major contributor to the adverse health effects of air pollution. Without reliable and accurate source information, it is

Air pollutants damage genes, affect human behaviour THE air you breathe in may affect your health in more ways than you think. Besides causing respiratory disorders and hypertension, pollution may be damaging genes and changing human behaviour, revealed a study on health of urban population in Delhi and rural population West Bengal and Uttarakhand. The Central Pollution Control

The level of pollution in Noida and Ghaziabad has increased alarmingly in the recent times, thanks to the increasing number of vehicles and industrial units.

While the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) report on Atmospheric Brown Clouds forming over Northern India has set alarm bells ringing, Delhi has reason to cheer.