The World Health Organization (WHO) believes that air pollution poses the greatest health risk to humans. Air pollution is the cause of more than 88 percent of premature deaths in low- and middle-income countries. Pollution is not only due to emissions from industry and households. The deforestation has also contributed to this misery in terms of breathing air. Today, nine out of ten people worldwide already breathe polluted air, and around seven million people die from it every year, according to the WHO.
The latest issue of the Tatta Viveka Journal with the topic “Ego and Higher Self II”, from June 2021, can be found here: