from AgroWeb on 25 May, 2018

Air Pollution and What You Can Do

Everyone is getting health conscious these days, in varying ways and intensities, and this is good thing. But do such lifestyle choices really matter, when the air we breathe is harming us? The latest report from the World Health Organization (WHO)on urban air pollution states that nine out of ten people worldwide are subjected to […]

from AgroWeb on 1 June, 2017

Car Free Day – Improving air quality?

Today is the World Car Free Day. One day a year is set aside to try and avoiding using cars and cycling, walking or using public transport instead. Car Free Day aims to take the heat off the planet for just one day by encouraging people to be less dependent on their cars and try […]

from AgroWeb on 3 April, 2017

5 health hazards caused by the air conditioning

There are times when we are extremely thankful for air conditioning — usually after having had a long workout on a hot summer’s day and still sweating after a cold shower. The cold, dry air is invigorating and refreshing. But usually, after about 30 minutes, we find ourselves shivering and needing to go back outside. […]

from AgroWeb on 6 September, 2016

Albania among top 5 countries most at risk from pollution

Among all other problems and issues, uncertainties and concerns, a new ‘killer’ is threating Albania, a silent killer. This is how pollution is called because the very air we breathe, the water we drink and the food that we eat are all affected by pollution. Albanians cannot be isolated from the effects of a polluted […]

from AgroWeb on 23 August, 2016

5 health hazards caused by the air conditioning

There are times when we are extremely thankful for air conditioning — usually after having had a long workout on a hot summer’s day and still sweating after a cold shower. The cold, dry air is invigorating and refreshing. But usually, after about 30 minutes, we find ourselves shivering and needing to go back outside. […]

from AgroWeb on 2 March, 2016

A European Country Protesting for Air

Citizens of Tetovo have taken to the streets against the pollution caused by the factory, which helped rank Tetovo as the most polluted city in the world. Protests peaked in December while the steel factory was shut down until March 1st. “The life-lease of citizens for clean air has ended on March 1st. It is […]

from AgroWeb on 28 November, 2015

Albanians Filling Up On Pollution

Our capital mayor’s initiative of making the Car-free Day a monthly occurrence for the last three months has enhanced Tirana center’s ability to breathe and can certainly be seen as a good step towards improving air quality, but it is not the solution to the problem. According to the 2014 report from the Environment National […]