Air Pollution

Indoor air pollution: What causes it and how to tackle it

The causes of indoor air pollution are plentiful. Some are readily recognized due to their smell, but many others go undetected. Image: Unsplash/Shruti Singh

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Indoor air pollution is created by the release of harmful pollutants inside. These can include fine particulate matter, carbon monoxide, and various other toxins. Image: ResearchGate

The global death toll due to indoor air pollution, as published in major recent studies. Image: Our World in Data

Indoor plants are beneficial in eliminating contaminants that cause indoor air pollution. Image: Beatriz Moraes/unsplash

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