Connecting the dots: why measuring pollution is the key to clean air in Latin America

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Marcelo Mena Carrasco

Director, Climate Action Center

Loreto Stambuk

Director, Aires Nuevos para la Infancia, Fundación Horizonte Ciudadano

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A global map of available real-time government and other air quality (specifically PM2.5) measurements. Each dot represents a reported measurement from an air quality station.
A global map of available real-time government and other air quality (specifically PM2.5) measurements. Image: IQAir
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