Inconsistencies and inequalities: Why the world needs a more unified approach to air pollution

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Hernandez, G. A.
Low, Joanne
Wallis, Shannon
Lador, Cesar
Berry, Terri-Ann
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2021-12-07
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air pollution analysis
air quality
global comparisons
legislation
standards
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Hernandez, G., Low, J., Wallis, S.L., Lador, C., & Berry, T-A. (2021, December 6-7) Inconsistencies and inequalities: Why the world needs a more unified approach to air pollution [Paper presentation]. MIT-Unitec Research Symposium 2021 - Rangahau Horonuku Hou - New Research Landscapes
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The issue 1948 Donora Smog (Pennsylvania, USA) 1952 Great Smog of London (UK) Development of air quality legislation Global air quality legislation Why standards are confusing Averaging periods Measurement units Unit variations Air quality legislation complexity Limits – particulate matter (PM) Conclusions References
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