Air pollution is the biggest threat to human health. WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that air pollution is the biggest threat to human health. The World Health Organization says that air pollution causes about 7 million prenatal deaths annually.
Air pollution causes more dangerous diseases than smoking and eating unhealthy foods. The Prime Minister of the World Health Organization has warned that air pollution is more dangerous than previously thought.
Because it reduces the safe levels of important pollutants such as nitrogen dioxide. The World Health Organization says immediate steps must be taken to reduce air pollution.
Its 194 member states have called for reducing emissions and tackling climate change, noting that air pollution is linked to diseases such as heart disease and stroke. In children, it can slow lung development and cause increased asthma.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has expanded its guidelines for health and hygiene, which can save millions of lives by adapting to climate change. The harmful effects of air pollution are said to be equal to the negative effects of climate change.