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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

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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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  • 1. Effects of PM10 on Daily Mortality: Asia in the Global Context PAPA
  • 2. Asia Bears the Largest Burden of Disease from Air Pollution Attributable Deaths in 2000 PAPA WHO 2002
  • 3. Asia Has the Highest Air Pollution Levels in the World Krzyzanowski and Cohen 2008 PAPA
  • 4. Fossil Fuel Consumption in Asia Expected to Increase PAPA
  • 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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