AIR QUALITY

AIR QUALITY

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  1. An aerial view of the Delhi skyline shrouded in smog, in New Delhi

    Delhi's air quality turns 'severe' as toxic haze lingers

    India's capital New Delhi was shrouded in a toxic haze for the second straight day on Thursday, and visibility dropped due to cooler temperatures ...
  2. An auto-rickshaw moves past the India Gate on a smoggy morning in New Delhi

    Haze wraps India's capital again as air quality plummets

    Haze shrouded India's capital city again on Monday, with residents braving dangerous air quality to return to work after a weekend of clearer air ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: High-rise buildings are seen shrouded as the air quality continues to be "unhealth

    Air quality app under 'coordinated attack' in Vietnam amid heavy Hanoi smog

    Independent online air quality index monitor AirVisual said on Monday it is under "coordinated attack" to discredit the company after its data ...
  4. Smog blankets Thai capital Bangkok (1)

    Smog blankets Thai capital Bangkok

  5. FILE PHOTO: A view of the Singapore F1 Grand Prix night race Marina Bay street circuit shrouded by

    Forest fire haze clears over Singapore ahead of F1

  6. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sign

    As Trump touts US air quality, EPA data shows some areas worsening

  7. Air purifier

    Commentary: Air purifiers may be doing more harm than good

    The air filters at home that collect particles end up concentrating some rather unpleasant toxic chemicals, Science Director at the National ...
  8. BetterAir's Taly Dery and Amir Yaar

    Israel biotech company sniffs out opportunity in APAC's lucrative air purifier market

    It wants to give people's health a boost by spritzing more "good bacteria" into the air.
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    Commentary: We don't appreciate how lethal air pollution is because we don't have the data

    Not enough attention has been paid to collecting data collection and carrying out a detailed analysis of our air quality, says Kaushik Basu.