Infographics - Where Does the Air Pollution Come From?
November 27, 20201 min read
Did you ever ask yourself: where does air pollution come from? The Infographic above explains what indoor air pollution can consist of and shows you how it comes into your home. Feel free to add this Infographic to your website or blog, as long as you retain the embeded code to recognise Allergy Cosmos as the content creator. You can find the code to embed this infographic into your site below.
The answers to some questions are so obvious that the questions themselves do not seem worthwhile asking. You might call such questions 'trivial questions.' However, it makes sense to ask why it is important to breathe clean air, because the question can bring awareness to a problem that is not always immediately apparent.
The congestion charge is failing Londoners with asthma and other allergies. Although improving air quality wasn't in fact one of the aims of the scheme, a 24% decrease of PM10s (tiny particles that lodge in the lungs) was noted in a 2006 study. It makes sense - less traffic, fewer emissions equals less pollution. So it's very disappointing to hear that London is still one of the most polluted places in Europe.