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According to World Health Organization, air pollution can cause one in nine deaths or kill around three million people every year.
Air pollution also contributes to 5% of global diseases. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze the risk of air pollution in assisting the mitigation process based on multiple sources of pollution.
This Study mainly focused on:
1. Multi-Air Pollution Hazard Observation
2. Multi-Air Pollution Vulnerability based on Meteorological and Air Pollution Sources Factor
3. Air Pollution Exposure
4. Multi-Air Pollution Risk
The findings of this study could be used to develop a mitigation system based on multiple air pollutants and meteorological factors, particularly for supporting Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3 in Target 3.9: reduce illnesses and deaths from hazardous chemicals and pollution
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