Air pollution in Greater Jakarta — a national disgrace
Climate and energy team leader at Greenpeace Indonesia
PREMIUM Over the course of February, volunteers and staff from Greenpeace Indonesia fanned out across Greater Jakarta, armed with small hand-held devices that monitor air quality in real time. What they found was truly shocking. Nowhere in the city, a region of 28 million people, was the air safe to breathe. The measurements taken of PM2.5 — tiny particulate matter — showed levels far hi...
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