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Saturday, February 04, 2017

"THE AIR IN KENYA IS FRESHER THAN SAUDI ARABIA AND MIDDLE EAST COUNTRIES"--- THE ECO EXPERTS







Top on the list that takes account of least air pollution, energy consumption and renewable energy production,  Kenya has been named the world’s least toxic country.

 The renewable energy firm,The Eco Experts used the data obtained from the International Energy Agency and World Health Organization (WHO) in order to rank the most toxic countries in the world.



While the cleanest countries were largely those from Sub-Saharan Africa, countries in the Middle East dominated the other end of the list. Saudi Arabia was ranked as the most toxic country.
Top on the list that takes account of least air pollution, energy consumption and renewable energy production,  Kenya has been named the world’s least toxic country.   The renewable energy firm,The Eco Experts used the data obtained from the International Energy Agency and World Health Organization (WHO) in order to rank the most toxic countries in the world. While the cleanest countries were largely those from Sub-Saharan Africa, countries in the Middle East dominated the other end of the list. Saudi Arabia was ranked as the most toxic country.    Data released by WHO last year revealed that levels of air pollution had increased by 8% between 2009 and 2016. According to its estimates, poor air quality claims the lives of 7 million people every year.  Maria Neira, WHO’s public health chief, said the figures were indicative of a “major, major public health problem,” stressing that public awareness of the issue needed to be raised.     “We have a public health emergency in many countries,” Neira said. “Urban air pollution continues to rise at an alarming rate, wreaking havoc on human health. It’s dramatic, one of the biggest problems we are facing globally, with terrible future costs to society.  “The cost for countries is enormous. Air pollution affects economies and people’s quality of life. It leads to major chronic diseases and to people ultimately dying.”  The results of the research  conducted by The Eco Experts must serve as a warning that continued emissions of greenhouse gases could cause irreversible damage that could mean a disaster to our  planet. We must act NOW before it's too late. The time is ticking and its ticking fast.



Data released by WHO last year revealed that levels of air pollution had increased by 8% between 2009 and 2016. According to its estimates, poor air quality claims the lives of 7 million people every year.

Maria Neira, WHO’s public health chief, said the figures were indicative of a “major, major public health problem,” stressing that public awareness of the issue needed to be raised.



“We have a public health emergency in many countries,” Neira said. “Urban air pollution continues to rise at an alarming rate, wreaking havoc on human health. It’s dramatic, one of the biggest problems we are facing globally, with terrible future costs to society.

“The cost for countries is enormous. Air pollution affects economies and people’s quality of life. It leads to major chronic diseases and to people ultimately dying.”


The results of the research  conducted by The Eco Experts must serve as a warning that continued emissions of greenhouse gases could cause irreversible damage that could mean a disaster to our  planet.
We must act NOW before it's too late.
The time is ticking and its ticking fast.


Source: http://europe.newsweek.com/

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