Cities Of West Africa Under Risk Of Health Related Problems Triggered By Air Pollutants Scientists Warns

Cities Of West Africa Under Risk Of Health Related Problems Triggered By Air Pollutants Scientists Warns

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  • Post By : Microbioz India
  • Source: University of York
  • Date: 23 August, 2015

Increasing population in cities of West Africa led development of industries and factories and which in turns release of huge amounts of air pollutant in air, and increasing amount of air pollution no doubt can gear severe health related issue apart from these air pollutant also responsible for change in climate and melting of glaciers, disturbance of our Ozone layer and many more hazard.

To avoid these disturbance and increasing air pollutants in number cities in West Africa we should change or create certain model which controls the release of such a pollutants in air directly. The concerned research published in: Nature Climate change is part of a EU-funded research project which is led by Professor Peter Knippertz from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, and also involves the University of Leeds and other European and African institutions.

According to Professor Mat Evans from University of York:

"How that manifests itself with something like rainfall, which is what really matters, is much more complicated."If we are missing key processes in our models because we have not gone out and tested them in challenging environments then we have less confidence in what is going on."

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