Effects of PM10 on Daily Mortality: Asia in
            the Global Context




                                      PAPA
Asia Bears the Largest Burden of
   Disease from Air Pollution
    Attributable Deaths in 2000




                       ...
Asia Has the Highest Air Pollution
        Levels in the World




Krzyzanowski and Cohen 2008
                           ...
Fossil Fuel Consumption in Asia Expected
               to Increase




                                    PAPA
Number of people at high CV risk globally in 2000
                                   (A Rogers 2005)




                 ...
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Civic Exchange 2009 The Air We Breathe Conference - Experts Symposium 9 January

Effects of PM 10 on Daily Mortality: Asia in the Global Context
presented by Dr Aaron Cohen

2009 http://air.dialogue.org.hk

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Civic Exchange - 2009 The Air We Breathe Conference - Effects of PM 10 on Daily Mortality: Asia in the Global Context - presented by Dr Aaron Cohen

  1. 1. Effects of PM10 on Daily Mortality: Asia in the Global Context PAPA
  2. 2. Asia Bears the Largest Burden of Disease from Air Pollution Attributable Deaths in 2000 PAPA WHO 2002
  3. 3. Asia Has the Highest Air Pollution Levels in the World Krzyzanowski and Cohen 2008 PAPA
  4. 4. Fossil Fuel Consumption in Asia Expected to Increase PAPA
  5. 5. Number of people at high CV risk globally in 2000 (A Rogers 2005) 36 m 46 m 38 m 18 m 50 m 16 m 5m 45 m 5m 12 m 7m 19 m 1m 4m >175 million people at 25%+ risk >175 million people at 25%+ risk of a A: very low child and adult mortality major CV event in the next decade, by WHO subregion PAPA B: low child and adult mortality of a major CV event in the C: low child, high adult next decade, by WHO D: high child, high adult subregion E: high child, very high adult

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