BENEFITING: Group Against Smog and Pollution GASP
One of the main risks of pollution is that tiny particles can get deep into the lungs, causing irritation. Scientists also suspect air pollution may be to blame for inflammation in the heart, leading to chronic problems or a heart attack.
WHO estimated that there were about 4.3 million deaths every year caused by indoor air pollution, mostly people cooking inside using wood and coal stoves in Asia. WHO said there were about 3.7 million deaths every year from outdoor air pollution of which nearly 90 percent are
in developing countries.