AQLI
      Year

      Standard (µg/m3):

      Change

      Particulate Pollution µg/m3

      Pollution Ranking

      out of countries

      Year

      Standard (µg/m3):

      Change

      Particulate Pollution µg/m3

      Pollution Ranking

      out of countries

      Data for ,

      Population *2015 data

      Pollution µg/m3

      Potential Change in Life Expectancy: WHO Guideline years

      Potential Change in Life Expectancy: National Standard years

      10 Most Polluted Regions
      Air Pollution Exposure
      Global Air Pollution Ranking

      The Air Quality Life Index measures the potential gain in life expectancy that communities could see if they reduced air pollution to comply with the World Health Organization guideline or National standards.

      The World Health Organization's (WHO) recommended standard for what is considered safe exposure to annual particulate matter pollution is 10 micrograms per cubic meter (µg/m3). Many countries also have national air quality standards.

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      The Air Quality Life Index measures the potential gain in life expectancy that communities could see if they reduced air pollution to comply with the World Health Organization guideline or National standards.

      The World Health Organization's (WHO) recommended standard for what is considered safe exposure to annual particulate matter pollution is 10 micrograms per cubic meter (µg/m3). Many countries also have national air quality standards.

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