Some key facts and figures on bad air quality and sound quality

        The figures below demonstrates the most important facts and figures on bad air quality and sound quality:
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1 WHO, Tackling the global clean air challenge, 26 September 2011, News Release. 2 ‘Most EU city dwellers suffer bad air days’, Euractiv.com, 24 Sept, 2012. 3 Kumar, S., & Fisk, W, J., Role of Emerging Energy-Efficient Technologies in Promoting Workplace Productivity and Health, 13 February 2002. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. 4 Burden of disease from environmental noise, World Health Organisation, 2011. 5 Enhave the workplace with activity based acoustic design: discussion drawn from new University of European Facilities Management Conference (EFMC), Prague, May 23, 2013 6 2013 US Workplace Study: Key Findings, Gensler (2013). Survey based on random sample of 2,035 US workers.

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