Air Pollution

[fa icon="calendar'] May 15, 2018 @ 07:12 AM / by Eugene Kobiako

Political, economic, and social epicenters, but the air pollution...

Beijing and Shanghai are two of China’s most populated and active cities. They are political, economic, and social epicenters that attract a large percentage of multinational companies, and thus expatriates, in China. 



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[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 27, 2017 @ 11:59 AM / by Gerald Abbey

AIRINC was recently featured in the Economic Times for a quality of life analysis, The Global 150, that was published in the Harvard Business Review



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[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 17, 2016 @ 07:00 AM / by Meleah Paull

PM2.5, particulate matter that is less than 2.5 micrometers in diameter, is especially dangerous because it exacerbates cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, contributing to the premature deaths of over three million people worldwide every year.



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[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 04, 2016 @ 11:25 AM / by Kristine Yeung

In December 2015, I arrived in Beijing with a paper face mask feeling confident and prepared, only to find out that masks with purifying canister filters have become the new norm. Masks are an inseparable part of everyday life for Beijingers as the AQI (Air Quality Index) continues to reach unhealthy and at times hazardous levels.



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[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 17, 2015 @ 10:30 AM / by Christopher Zeitz

Air pollution in larger cities has received a great deal of attention in recent months. Several major cities have experimented with partial bans on vehicular traffic, including Paris, Beijing, México City, Santiago, and São Paulo. Sometimes these policies have proven to be quite effective with noticeable improvements in air quality, but not always.



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