In the News

October 13, 2019

via Sky Statement

China’s one-party state cleans up air pollution in record time

Skystatement quotes Michael Greenstone and Patrick Schwarz on China's improvements in air quality from 2013 to 2016.

In the News

October 4, 2019

via VietnamPlus

Indonesians’ life expectancy likely to fall due to haze from wildfires

VietnamPlus cites the Air Quality Life Index while reporting the risk to Indonesians' life expectancies due to wildfire haze.

In the News

September 28, 2019

via Outlook

Is air pollution shortening lives of people in Patna?

Research from the AQLI indicates the dangers of air pollution in the city of Patna.

In the News

September 26, 2019

via Green

Poor air quality causing almost 1,200 deaths per year

With research from the AQLI, Ireland has determined poor air quality to be the cause of many premature deaths in the country.

In the News

September 25, 2019

via TNT Magazine

Why Access to Early Healthcare, Sanitation, and Good Air Quality is Directly Linked to Life Expectancy

Data from the AQLI indicates that global life expectancy can increase with improved air quality.

In the News

September 19, 2019

via CNBC

Plugging into a healthy future: A bold EV policy can help Delhiites breathe easy

Research from the AQLI indicates that Dehli's air pollution cuts the life expectancy of residents by ten years, and so the district is drafting a new electric vehicle policy to help curb the increasing levels of air pollution.

In the News

August 19, 2019

via VICE

Indonesians Can Live Up to Six Years Less Due to Air Pollution, New Study Finds

Data from the Air Quality Life Index indicates that average life expectancy in Indonesia is severely impacted by severe air pollution.

In the News

August 16, 2019

via State Impact Pennsylvania

Research shows thousands could be saved with better air quality standards

Research from the AQLI is cited in a study which finds that more than 30,000 American lives could be saved each year with more stringent air quality standards.

In the News

August 14, 2019

via Indonesia Expat

AQLI: Jakarta’s Current Pollution could Shorten Lives by over 2 Years

A recent study has claimed that the current severe air pollution in Jakarta could shorten the lives of its residents by over 2 years.

In the News

August 12, 2019

via The Jakarta Post

Toxic air could cut Jakartans’ lives by 2.3 years, says EPIC study

Data from the AQLI indicates that decreasing air quality in Jakarta can cause residents to lose over 2 years from their life expectancy.