fine particulates

The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) reanalysis shows the average PM2.5 surface concentrations for 2003–2022 and the anomalies (absolute differences) in 2022 compared with the mean values for 2003–2022. Source: European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF)/CAMS. Source: World Meteorological Organization

Study Finds 98% Of Europeans At Risk From High Levels Of Fine Particulates

A study commissioned by The Guardian finds fine particulates exceed WHO recommendations in most of Europe.

The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) reanalysis shows the average PM2.5 surface concentrations for 2003–2022 and the anomalies (absolute differences) in 2022 compared with the mean values for 2003–2022. Source: European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF)/CAMS. Source: World Meteorological Organization

Fine Particulates Are Slowly Killing Us All

Fine particulates are a product of combustion that have serious health consequences, including shorter lifespans.

The Journal of Epidemiology: Linking Air Pollution Nanoparticles & Incident of Brain Tumors

Science and modern biochemistry have all kinds of answers on the brain and human health, but scientific knowledge alone can’t stop air pollution. Those studies can make citizens aware of how compromised we are. They can let us know that air pollution is indeed a threat to the brain’s and body’s core functions. But humans must act on this knowledge to make it truly useful.