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IQAir quality report in 2020 lists South Tangerang as the most polluted city in Southeast Asia.
The latest annual IQAir quality report on the world's most polluted countries in 2020 ranks Indonesia 9th.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria commented on the photo of Mount Gede Pangrango which was seen from Kemayoran.
BMKG said pollution was not the sole cause of the fog covering the capital on Friday morning, November 6.
Bekasi City's average PM2.5 air quality from January to August 2020 has exceeded Jakarta.
Based on IQAir's PM2.5 Air Quality Index (AQI), Jakarta's air quality scored 184 that suggests the air is unhealthy.
BMKG claims that the large-scale social restriction (PSBB) imposed in Jakarta had improved the city's air quality.
Greenpeace Indonesia announced that the average air quality of Jakarta throughout January 2020 was in the category of moderate up to unhealthy.
The Jakarta environment agency is set to hold an academic study on the use of PM (particulate matter) 2.5 air quality measurements.
BMKG made clarification on the rumors that rife on social media regarding extreme hot air that might hit several regions of Indonesia.
Thick haze could be seen cowering in over the City of Palembang, which caused visibility levels to drop significantly.
Komnas HAM member Esrom Hamonangan opined the country's air pollution has not been improved over the years.
Jakarta Environmental Department (DLH) will sanction six industries strongly accused of creating pollution in the capital city.
Jakarta Administration announced that it plans to provide sufficient training for dozens of small industries contributing to the city's pollution.
Singapore's air quality deteriorated to "unhealthy" levels on Saturday, September 14, for the first time in three years due to forest fire.
Jakarta's stricter odd-even traffic policy that has entered its fifth day seems to not have improved the city's air quality.
Ahmad Safrudin, the executive director of the leaded fuel eradication committee (KPBB), revealed the toll of air pollution in Jakarta.
PDIP Chairwoman Megawati Soekarnoputri highlights the pollution levels produced by Jakarta, which she deems has reached an alarming level.
Jakarta's odd-even policy overseeing vehicle number plates is said to help improve the city's air quality.