obama visit: pollution level \'hazardous\' in delhi

by:Powerful Toys     2019-12-15
A study conducted by US President Barack Obama in six places he plans to visit found that air pollution levels are three times that of Indian safety standards and nine times that of who restrictions.
The study was conducted yesterday by NGOs Greenpeace India at six locations, including Raj ghart and Hyderabad tower.
Air quality is \"unhealthy and dangerous \".
A study conducted by US President Barack Obama in six places he plans to visit found that air pollution levels are three times that of Indian safety standards and nine times that of who restrictions.
The study was conducted yesterday by NGOs Greenpeace India at six locations, including Raj ghart and Hyderabad tower.
Air quality is \"unhealthy and dangerous \".
\"The group follows the route of US President Barack Obama, using the air
Known as monitoring equipment
PDR 1500 tracks pollution levels.
\"We want to know how much pollution President Barack Obama is expected to breathe.
Our data and readings are shocking.
Despite the wet weather, the real
\"Time, immediate exposure levels are found to be poor and unhealthy,\" said a statement from the NGO . \".
It said, \"Greenpeace India monitors pm2. 5.
At level 5 in central Delhi, it was found that the highest level of pollution was 3 times that of India\'s safety limit and 9 times that of who and level 2.
It is five times the average in Beijing.
\"The highest level of PM2.
According to the study, the 5 of Janpath is 264 micrograms/cubic meter, while the 5 in Hyderabad building is 239 micrograms/cubic meter.
At Rajghat, it is 229 micrograms/cubic meter.
The NGO also said residents in Delhi were breathing very bad air this winter.
The average peak was 320 micrograms per cubic meter, 6 times India\'s safety limit and 14 times the World Health Organization.
Particles less than 2.
5 microns in diameter are called fine particles because they are small and can only be detected with an electron microscope. PM2.
5 It is considered throughout the world to be the main health hazard leading to various diseases, including cancer.
It has the greatest impact on the respiratory, reproductive and cardiac systems, leading to an increase in mortality.
Greenpeace India activist Aishwaraya Madineni said: \"The US government is taking preventive measures to ensure the safety of their president, which clearly shows how unacceptable the level of pollution in Delhi is.
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