Includes pollution map 323 European cities, Characterizes their air quality. It takes into account the concentration of fine dust measured between 2019 and 2020. Permitted limit gateway, provided World Health Organization (Ohms), and 10 micrograms to 2.5 in the evening Every cubic meter of air. There will be five municipalities, including four Italians, to cross it.
“Although there has been a clear improvement in air quality in Europe over the past ten years – read the ECO report – it is clear from the last year assessment carried out in this area that the exposure to particle end in 2018 was approximate. 417,000 premature deaths in 41 European countries “. So the numbers seem to worry. But, according to the EU, long-term data are needed to consider air quality as unhealthy: the concentration of fine dust must be permanently high. 25 micrograms per cubic meter.
Instead, he advertised in some Scandinavian cities, including Uppsala and Stockholm (in Sweden), Trondheim and Bergen (in Norway) and Tamber in Finland. But Tallinn, Nerva and Tatu (all in Estonia), Portuguese Fungal And unexpectedly Spanish Salamanca.
However, ranking refers to sites that track the average size of particles. Including, Polish women Novi Sox (27.31) and Gears (25.15), Cremona (25.86), Vicenza (25.58) And Croatian Slavonsky Pratt (25.75). However, they also appear in the top ten list Krakow, Pyotrkov and Sori (in Poland), Veliko (in Bulgaria) Finally Presia and Pavia. Milan (20.13) and Rome (12.94) are also concerned.
Pollution in the north and the lack of measures to combat it are weighed on Italy’s report card. Only on November 10, 2020 EU Justice The government has condemned the “systematic and continuous” violation of air quality limits between 2008 and 2017.