99% of the world’s population breathes polluted air, according to the World Health Organization.

Scientists in the UK say they have proven a link between tiny particulates in polluted air and lung cancer cases.

India and China face the brunt of public health consequences caused by air pollution

111 million people in the US live in counties that do not meet the National Ambient Air Quality Standards

Air pollution can be especially harmful to children, elderly adults and those with asthma

Fossil fuel combustion is the number one contributor to air pollution

While the Household sources may contribute up to one-half of VOC emissions

Ozone and particulate matter both have negative health impacts  global death rates have fallen for both pollutants in recent decades.