With rising air pollution levels especially in the metro cities people are looking for greener or rather cleaner pastures to detoxify themselves. Air quality in Delhi is getting worse in India’s capital Delhi each year. Not just Delhi, 10 out of 20 most polluted cities in the world in terms of air pollution are in India. Due to this poor air, many people are getting vulnerable to severe diseases like asthma, COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), lung cancer and heart problems. Looking at rising air pollution every day, it seems that there is hardly a country that has survived this problem.
There is also a country which is said to be the cleanest air space from the World Health Organization (WHO). That is, there is no other country on this earth having more pure air. The name of this place is Finland. This is because cleanliness and better condition of cars in this country. Simultaneously, location of factories and pollution generating units far away from the cities help air pollution to a minimum level.
According to the WHO, there are approximately 6 micrograms of fine particles per cubic meter, which is the lowest in polluted particles recorded worldwide. After this, cities such as Sweden, Canada, Norway and Iceland have less air pollution. At the same time, Finland has the most pure air where only 2 micrograms of PM2.5 particles are found. Comparatively PM 2.5, in NCR’s Anand Vihar’s today was 339.
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