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United Nations reports: 70 million deaths every year due to air pollution

United Nations reports: 70 million deaths every year due to air pollution

According to the United Nations report, due to air pollution in and out of the house, approximately 70 lakh deaths occur every year in the world, including six lakh children.

Rapidly growing air pollution in the world has become deadly. The world's largest population is forced to breathe in contaminated climate. According to the report, nearly six billion people in the world are breathing in contaminated climate, which has threatened their life and health. There are also one-third of the children.

800 people are getting killed every hour

According to the report, around 800 people are being killed every hour due to airborne polluted air in the world. Due to air pollution worldwide, people are dying of cancer, respiratory illness, or heart disease, which is caused by breathing directly in polluted air.

According to the report, air pollution is a problem that can be stopped. For this, they should be urged to keep legal obligations to ensure clean air.

According to the report, to overcome air pollution, monitor air quality and its effects on human health, assess the sources of air pollution, and public information including public health consultations, publicly available.

The major reason of the air pollution: Air pollution is everywhere. The major reasons for this are the burning of fossil fuels for electricity, besides transportation and industrial activities besides waste management and agricultural work.

United Nations Organization: The United Nations (UN) is an international organization. Its purpose is to facilitate international law, work for international security, economic development, social progress, human rights and world peace.

The United Nations was formed on October 24, 1945 with the signing of 50 countries on the UN authority.

There are currently 193 countries in the United Nations, almost all internationally recognized countries of the world. The organization consists of the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, the Secretariat and the International Court of Justice.

Q.1 How many deaths are caused every year due to air pollution?
A. 12 millions
B. 10 thousands
C. 70 lakhs
D. 45 thousands
Ans: 70 lakhs
Q.2 How many countries are there currently in United Nations?
A. 174
B. 193
C. 50
D. 143
Ans: 193

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