The case of Nepal’s pollution
LMB Staff
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03/04/2021

Nepal is seeing the worst pollution levels since 2016! Apart from dust from construction works, exhaust from old, poorly maintained vehicles and smoke from coal-burning brick kilns blend, wildfires have also led to such hazardous air quality

Nepal is seeing the worst pollution levels since 2016! Apart from dust from construction works, exhaust from old, poorly maintained vehicles and smoke from coal-burning brick kilns blend, wildfires have also led to such hazardous air quality

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