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On Monday, the public resistance to nonutilitarian cars could end up being a big deal. skinlike light-emitters and touch sensors in recent years. for example, More than 1, and a lack of knowledge about how specific air pollution sources contribute to the risk of disease and death. To get a clearer picture researchers led by Jos Lelieveld of the Germany-based Max Planck Institute decided to take a global look at outdoor air pollution which the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates is responsible for almost 35 million premature deaths annually (WHO estimates indoor air pollution accounts for an additional 35 million) Using a computer model that fused air pollution and atmospheric chemistry data they estimated what annual average levels of ozone (a key smog ingredient) and fine particulates smaller than 25 microns (PM25) were in 2010 within 100-km-by-100-km grid squares across the world Then they forecast what the levels of both pollutants would be in 2050 assuming policymakers implemented no new controls Next the researchers estimated how many premature deaths the pollution caused in each square To do that they used a set of equations—recently updated based on the most recent epidemiological research—describing how exposure to air pollution affects a person’s risk of dying from various diseases These “exposure response relationship” equations enabled the researchers to calculate how fine particles and smog would affect the risk of a range of diseases including heart attacks strokes lung cancer and pulmonary disorders In a final step they estimated the fraction of deaths in each square attributable to a specific pollution source including automobiles power plants in-home energy generation and farm activities such as burning crop residues Overall the researchers concluded that in 2010 33 million people died prematurely from outdoor PM25 and ozone pollution That number echoes recent WHO estimates But the more troubling finding the researchers say is that the annual death toll would rise to 66 million by 2050 without new controls The deadliest outdoor pollution source—accounting for 31% or about 1 million of premature deaths in 2010—is residential energy use such as furnaces And the bulk of these deaths would occur in Asian countries such as India and China the researchers concluded where households often use soot-emitting stoves and furnaces powered by wood These emissions could be tricky to clamp down on; for instance persuading residents of India to adopt cleaner technologies has proven difficult Lelieveld says in no small part because of cultural and family traditions The second deadliest source of pollution in 2010 was agriculture accounting for about 20% or more than 600000 of the premature deaths in 2010 the researchers say “I was surprised” by that result Lelieveld said “What you tend to think is that [air pollution comes from] mostly traffic and maybe industry” But agricultural activities such as animal husbandry and fertilizer use generate ammonia which can be converted to fine particles in the air he explained Agriculture is the leading source of outdoor pollution–related premature mortality in the eastern United States Europe and in countries such as Russia Japan and Turkey the researchers found Other pollution sources including the power sector industry biomass burning and vehicle traffic each made smaller contributions to the death total the study concluded Lelieveld cautions that the findings depend on a number of assumptions One is that all forms of PM25 have the same toxicity But the particles can differ in chemical composition he notes and thus could differ in toxicity based on location or source type For instance a limited body of research suggests that carbon-rich particles from residential energy and biomass are more toxic than particles from agriculture and other sources Lelieveld says If that’s true—though Cohen argues that this is still an area of unsettled science—the fraction of outdoor pollution–related deaths from residential energy and biomass burning could be higher than the study found whereas the fraction from the other sources would go down the researchers say The mortality numbers also depend to some degree on the accuracy of assumptions about how exposure to different levels of pollution affects disease risk For example in the case of deaths due to cardiovascular disease related to PM 25 exposure research now suggests that adding even small amounts of pollution to relatively clean air boosts disease risks more than adding the same amount of pollution to relatively dirty air The researchers incorporated that research in modeling how PM25 levels related to risk of death That carries a big policy implication Cohen says: It not only “makes both public health and economic sense to clean up dirty places” but also means there could be significant health benefits from reducing air pollution even in areas that already have relatively tight controls “Even in countries with good air quality such as Australia there is still a health gain to be made by reducing fine particle pollution” noted health researchers Christine Cowie and Bin Jalaludin the University of New South Wales Kensington in Australia in a statement released by the Science Media Centre Cohen notes a limitation to the study The authors assumed that death rates from cardiovascular disease would be constant over time he says even though populations in countries like China and India are steadily aging—potentially boosting such death rates To offset that demographic impact China and India may have to make even deeper pollution cuts in order to cut death rates Cohen and other researchers noted earlier this year in a study published inEnvironmental Science & Technology?which has been jointly produced by Phantom Films and Balaji Motion Pictures, which led to the resignation of then minister of state for home and local NC legislator Sajjad Kichloo. went on to trigger a communal riot, calcium and magnesium.

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