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Environmental Problems in Bihar Are Putting Lives at Stake

Environmental problems in Bihar are putting residents of the state in danger. Studies have found that about 33.23% of deaths are accountable to breathing polluted air. As per The Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health, around 21.81% of health cases include disabilities due to ill effects of pollution of different kinds.

The report also suggests that breathing PM 2.5 which is ultra-fine air particles found in the air can cause a number of health issues. However, the state is not struggling every day to breathe clean air but also fights against rising environmental issues.

Environmental problems in Bihar has become a rising issue:

Climate change has recently made a significant difference in Bihar’s temperature, wind speed, and direction. Bihar has been facing great challenges against the rising air pollution due to climate change. There is a number of environmental problems in Bihar that are alarming. These issues need immediate action to combat the problem.

The wide-ranging effects of the environment include poor water resources, agricultural and food security, human health, ecosystem, and biodiversity.

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Does monitoring pollution help in resolving rising environmental problems in Bihar?

Monitoring air pollution helps in understanding different factors that make the air polluted. Air pollution poses long- short- term health effects. Hence, it is important to know these primary factors. With the help of pollution sensors, one can differentiate air quality standards. One can also find objectives for key pollutants.

These pollution monitoring devices are designed to protect people from harmful air pollutants. There are many online pollution monitoring systems installed in various locations in the county. This helps to understand the real-time air quality of different locales. Not only does it help to determine the quality of the air but also intimates the user to keep in mind the do’s and the don’ts. 

Visit www.aqi.in to know more about online monitoring devices. Want to install pollution sensors at your home, office or any commercial area? Call or write to us here.

Deepshikha Deb

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