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Side Event on Indoor Air Pollution at the 15th session of the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development at the United Nations in New York on Monday, 7 May 2007
''Extract taken from IRIN, 3 April 2009:'' DHAKA - Thousands of people in Bangladesh's capital, Dhaka, are dying prematurely because of air pollution, say health experts.
'More health for your buck: health sector functions to secure environmental health.'
In countries all over the world, people cook their daily meals over smoky, sooty, and poorly ventilated traditional wood or biomass cook stoves — ‘chulas’ in India.
On the occasion of the universal children’s day on November 20th, GTZ’s household energy programme Hera and WHO draw attention to the impact of indoor air pollution on the most affected group: chi
The [[WHO]] website now contains several new items on cooking and heating practices, indoor air pollution and CSD-15.
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