How’s the Air in Nepal?

According to World Health Organization’s global PM2.5 database, Kathmandu’s PM2.5 particulate pollution averaged 49 micrograms/m3 in 2013. That’s just about double the WHO’s 24-hour limit of 25 micrograms. That means, on average, the air has dangerous levels of tiny particles.

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