Latin America & the Caribbean: population-weighted ozone pollution 2017, by country

This statistic shows the Latin American and Caribbean countries with the highest ozone pollution exposure based on population-weighted concentration in 2017. That year, the population-weighted concentration of ozone pollution in Mexico stood at 62 parts per billion. The World Health Organization standard recommends not exceeding 100 micrograms per cubic meter over 8 hours, which converts to approximately 50 parts per billion.

Ambient ozone pollution based on population-weighted concentration in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2017, by country

Pollution concentration in parts per billion
Mexico62
Haiti49
Jamaica49
Bahamas48
Dominican Republic48
El Salvador48
Puerto Rico46
Venezuela46
Bolivia46
Belize46
Brazil45
Paraguay45
Cuba45
Guatemala44
Chile44
Honduras43
Nicaragua43
Argentina43
Trinidad and Tobago42
Uruguay42
Grenada41
Peru41
Panama41
Costa Rica41
Colombia41
Suriname39
Ecuador39
Guyana38
Barbados36
Saint Vincent and the Granadines32
Antigua and Barbuda31
Saint Lucia27
Dominica26
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Sources

Release date

April 2019

Region

Central and South America, Mexico

Survey time period

2017

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