The report said 76 percent of the population with NCDs is exposed to high air pollution. It also suggests that nearly 29 per cent of the population is exposed to high levels of household pollution, while 20 per cent is exposed to air pollution at the workplace.
Around 4.2 million people die prematurely due to indoor air pollution, according to the World Health Organization.
The facts are there but scientists need to do more to convince politicians, policymakers and the public
Indoor air pollution is as much a health hazard as outdoor pollution, and women bear the brunt of it. Use of clean cooking fuel must increase
Greenhouse gas has undergone rapid acceleration and scientists say it may be due to atmospheric changes
People living in south Asia could lose about five years of their lives on average unless air quality improves to WHO-prescribed levels, according to a new assessment.
Most often, the conversation on air pollution in India revolves around visibly polluted cities such as Delhi NCR.
Tracking how misinformation campaigns begin and amplify can give scientists tools to combat them
Most micro particles were found to be less than 1 mm in size which can be easily inhaled, and have potential health risks.
Despite having an abundance of potential for solar and wind energy, Bangladesh is ranked in the top five for global coal and gas power projects.