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ALMATY, Kazakhstan — According to a new World Bank report, a major source of air pollution with fine particles (PM2.5) in Kazakhstan comes from dispersed small residential heating stoves and boilers. The “Clean Air and Cool Planet - Cost-Effective Air Quality Management in Kazakhstan and Its Impact on GHG Emissions” report is the first national-level study undertaken by the World Bank in cooperation with the Ministry of Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources of Kazakhstan to evaluate interactions between air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) in Kazakhstan, the World Bank said on March 28.

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