Bangladesh, Nov. 9 -- The United States has said they are excited to partner with Bangladesh in tackling air pollution sharing their experience and expertise.

US acting assistant secretary at the Bureau of South and Central Asia Alice G Wells during her recent Bangladesh visit tweeted, saying they are "excited to partner" with Bangladesh to tackle air pollution.

She mentioned that improving air quality while growing economically is possible.

Wells said US reduced pollution from 1970 to 2017 by 70 percent and grew GDP by 246 percent.

She said scientific data from US air monitors drive regulatory and tech solutions and raise awareness.

Earlier in July, US Science Envoy for Air Quality Dr James J Schauer shared his ideas about air quali...