Indoor air pollution

Indoor air pollution is mostly more polluted than outdoor air pollution, yet it receives far less public attention. As we often spend up to 90% of our time indoors (at home, work or at school), exposure to indoor air pollution is damaging our health in a more significant way. That is why the World Health Organisation considers indoor air pollution as one of the main health threats today, and states that around 3% of the global burden of disease is directly attributable to it.