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Air quality in the cities of Russia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and Belarus

In April 2023, a survey was conducted, which was attended by residents of cities in Russia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and Belarus, in order to assess the air quality in these regions. The survey results allow us to draw some conclusions about the current state and challenges associated with air quality in the urban environment.
When asked to assess the air quality in their cities on a 10-point scale, residents gave an average score of 5, indicating average air quality. This suggests that air pollution problems are present and require further attention and improvement.

On the other hand, the assessment of the authorities' efforts to improve air quality was much lower. The average score obtained was only 2 points, indicating the insufficiency of the measures taken to combat the problem of air pollution. Residents expressed their opinion that the actions of the authorities do not correspond to the optimal level of air quality and require more active and effective measures.

It is interesting to note that the majority of respondents (57%) were not familiar with smog control technologies in the city. This indicates the need for an information campaign and raising public awareness about available technologies and their role in improving air quality. It is also worth noting that some respondents (6%) believe that these technologies are not yet effective enough, which poses a challenge for further research and development of more advanced solutions.

It is important to note that the survey was conducted with the participation of various age groups, as well as among men (75%) and women (25%). This gives an idea of the opinions and assessments of various social groups, which helps in forming a more comprehensive overview of the situation.

The confidence probability of the study was 85%, which indicates sufficient accuracy of the results. The confidence interval, or error, was ± 18%, which allows us to take into account possible fluctuations and draw conclusions with confidence.

The study was conducted by the Institute of Environmental Conservation and Ecosystem Development Technologies for Terraforming Market. Its purpose was not only to assess the current state of air quality in cities, but also to draw attention to the problem of pollution and the need to take further measures to improve the situation.

In general, the results of the study indicate the need to strengthen the efforts of the authorities to combat air pollution in the cities of Russia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and Belarus. Raising public awareness of smog control technologies, developing effective measures and their active implementation are key steps to achieve an optimal level of air quality in the urban environment. Only through the joint efforts of citizens, authorities and scientific institutions can we ensure a healthy and environmentally friendly environment for future generations.

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