Latin America: deaths from household air pollution 2017, by country

This statistic displays the Latin American and Caribbean countries with the highest number of deaths that can be attributed to household air pollution from fossil fuels in 2017. In that year, Brazil was ranked first, with 12,200 deaths due to this kind of pollution, followed by Mexico with 11,700 deaths.

Number of deaths attributable to household air pollution from fossil fuels in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2017, by country

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Release date

April 2019

Region

Central and South America, Mexico

Survey time period

2017

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