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New York City’s air pollution among the world’s worst as Canada wildfire smoke shrouds Northeast

  • New York City experienced the world's worst air pollution due to smoke from over 150 wildfires in Quebec, causing air quality to reach a level considered "very unhealthy," with a PM2.5 concentration 10 times higher than the WHO guideline.
  • Smoke from the wildfires has also affected other parts of the Northeast and Midwest, with air quality alerts in place for several cities.
  • Climate change is causing increasingly severe wildfires and exacerbating air pollution, which poses health risks to vulnerable populations.
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