Kualitas udara di Mumbai

Indeks kualitas udara (AQI) dan polusi udara PM2.5 di Mumbai

TERAKHIR DIPERBARUI   (waktu setempat)

2.27M orang mengikuti kota ini

Cuaca

Apa cuaca saat ini di Mumbai?

CuacaRain
Suhu84.2 oC
Kelembapan94 %
Angin10.3 mp/h
Tekanan999 mb

rangking kota aqi langsung

Ranking kota India real-time

#cityAQI US
1Deoli

159

2Agra

157

3Bawana

157

4Faridabad

157

5Pali

156

6Ropar

144

7Alipur

139

8Loni

139

9Ghaziabad

138

10Muzaffarnagar

138

  (waktu setempat)

LIHAT RANGKING AQI DUNIA

peringkat aqi Mumbai langsung

Rangking kualitas udara Mumbai langsung

#stationAQI US
1Worli - SAFAR

96

2Vile Parle West, Mumbai - MPCB

95

3Chhatrapati Shivaji Intl. Airport (T2), Mumbai - MPCB

60

4Worli, Mumbai - MPCB

59

5Bandra Kurla Complex - SAFAR

53

6Kurla, Mumbai - MPCB

45

7Bandra, Mumbai - MPCB

39

8US Consulate in Mumbai

33

9Sion, Mumbai - MPCB

27

10Chembur - SAFAR

17

  (waktu setempat)

LIHAT RANGKING AQI DUNIA

AQI US

96

Indeks AQI langsung
Sedang

Ikhtisar

Apa kualitas udara saat ini di Mumbai?

Tingkat polusi udaraIndeks kualitas udaraPolutan utama
Sedang96 AQI USPM2.5
PolutanKonsentrasi
PM2.5
33.6 µg/m³
pm10
49 µg/m³
o3
10 µg/m³
no2
45.3 µg/m³

Rekomendasi Kesehatan

Bagaimana cara melindungi dari polusi udara di Mumbai?

Close your windows to avoid dirty outdoor air
Sensitive groups should reduce outdoor exercise

Prakiraan

Prakiraan indeks kualitas udara (AQI) Mumbai

HariTingkat polusiCuacaSuhuAngin
Jumat, Jul 3

Baik

Sabtu, Jul 4

Baik

Minggu, Jul 5

Sedang

Hari ini

Sedang

84.2° 82.4°

24.6 mp/h

Selasa, Jul 7

Sedang

84.2° 82.4°

22.4 mp/h

Rabu, Jul 8

Sedang

84.2° 80.6°

17.9 mp/h

Kamis, Jul 9

Sedang

86° 82.4°

13.4 mp/h

Jumat, Jul 10

Sedang

84.2° 82.4°

15.7 mp/h

Sabtu, Jul 11

Sedang

84.2° 82.4°

17.9 mp/h

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Grafik riwayat kualitas udara untuk Mumbai

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ANALISIS DAN STATISTIK KUALITAS UDARA UNTUK Mumbai


What is the air quality in Mumbai?


Mumbai has moderate to unhealthy air pollution. The city’s 2018 annual average PM2.5 concentration was 58.6 micrograms per cubic meter (µg/m³), which exceeds the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines by more than fivefold.


The financial center of India, Mumbai’s air quality worsened from 2017 to 2018 with an increase in the annual average PM2.5 levels by 4.4 µg/m³, from 54.2 µg/m³ to 58.6 µg/m³.


Mumbai’s 2019 annual average is set to decrease. In 2019, only four months experienced unhealthy air quality, as compared to seven months in 2018.


When is Mumbai air pollution at its worst?


Air pollution in Mumbai typically worsens during the winter months from November to February, when there is less rainfall to clear the pollutant particles in the air.


Is Mumbai the city with the worst air pollution?


Mumbai ranked no. 71 in the 2018 World Air Quality Report, while Gurugram’s air pollution ranked no. 1 and capital city Delhi’s air pollution ranked no. 11.


Mumbai’s unhealthy air quality came in at no. 27 out of the 58 India cities included in the report. Due to its coastal location, the megacity benefits from the sea breeze, which helps to dispel suspended pollutants.


Why is Mumbai polluted?


Air pollution in Mumbai is mainly caused by industrial, vehicular and biofuel emissions, open burning, and dust.


What are the effects of air pollution in Mumbai?


In 2017 alone, India's air pollution was linked to the deaths of 1.24 million people, with 54 percent of the deaths caused by ambient air pollution and 46 percent of the deaths caused by household pollution such as solid cooking fuels. According to the study, air pollution deaths accounted for 12.5 percent of total deaths recorded that year.


How can air pollution in Mumbai be reduced?


Real-time air quality data must first be made available to everyone with greater granularity. When people know how much pollution they are breathing, they can better take measures to protect themselves and be enabled to mobilize efforts around tackling air pollution.


The key to improving air pollution is reducing emissions. Indian authorities launched the National Clean Air Program (NCAP) in January 2019, which aims to cut pollution in 102 of the most polluted cities by 20-30% by 2024. Under the NCAP, the government plans to cut industrial and transport emissions, reduce dust pollution, and impose stricter rules on biomass burning. There are also plans to upgrade and increase air monitoring systems.


However, a critical loophole is that the NCAP has no legal binding to ensure that local governments comply.


The Maharashtra state government has inadequate pollution mitigation plans for tackling air pollution – the plans prepared by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) were originally rejected by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). The MPCB’s revised plans were recently accepted but has still been criticized for neglecting bigger sources of pollution like industry and automobiles.


Individuals can take steps in their daily life to reduce personal emissions by carpooling or taking public transport, switching to greener fuel alternatives, and more.


If you would like to contribute to the clean air cause, we warmly invite you to join the AirVisual community!