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Jonathan Bartley 10h
Great to chat to on just now about the crisis. An important question put - with 10,000s of premature deaths linked to it each year why aren’t other parties putting higher up their agenda?
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Kiran Mazumdar Shaw 13h
With new U.S. study showing link between and , India needs to take urgent and smart action to combat vehicular pollution
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World Bank Climate 14h
Ambient has many adverse consequences, including increased risk of premature death. In addition to the human toll, premature deaths attributable to air pollution have an economic cost to countries. Learn More:
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Guardian Environment Sep 18
UK children inhaling toxic air on school run and in classroom
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Shelly L Miller 17m
Check out the new website! It is so much better!
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NICE 16h
New study in links with increased risk of developing - We recommend 'no idling' zones to help protect vulnerable people from air pollution. See what else we recommend here:
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RBKC 9h
Do you travel via Earls Court on your way to Kensington High Street? Take the "wellbeing walk” along less busy roads & reduce exposure to . predict a 50% cut in exposure using this route. Why not walk or cycle on Sat 22 Sept
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Neeraj Kanwar 17h
What an encouraging a sign of change! As per a recent survey, 87 per cent of Indian vehicle owners and drivers are ready to go for to reduce
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EcoWatch 1h
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Dr Maria Neira Sep 17
These are the biggest world's killers: -Cancer -Diabetes -Lung disease -Heart Disease -Stroke is the second largest enabler to these killers. Let's STOP it. Let's !
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Molly Scott Cato MEP 21h
Air pollution linked to higher rates of dementia ‘People over 50 in areas with the highest levels of nitrogen oxide in the air showed a 40% greater risk’ Lack of government action on crisis is cause of gross health inequality
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Sustrans 15h
Our roads need fewer not just cleaner cars. Moving people from or engine cars to electric won't tackle crisis. The brake, tyre and road surface wear is open until 28 September.
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Car Free Norwich Sep 18
More shocking news. Coincidentally I took an air pollution reading this morning, outside a Norwich school: 'Very High' with a peak of 135 PM10 & 114 NO2 . Scandalous.
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Olga Speranskaya 1h
There is sufficient knowledge to add to the list of risk factors for dementia
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FloraTecture Sep 18
Shocking that so many people can be affected, in so many different life-changing ways, by air pollution. This is the headlines for today in the Daily Mail....shocking We have a solution that will work....!
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BREATHE TECH 18h
"Air quality monitor becomes everyday household item"
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Dan Caesar Sep 18
As I wake up this morning, I wonder to myself what % of world’s population can afford a $74,800+ car? Can only conclude that German effort to enter market is tokenism? Meanwhile premature deaths from continue to rise & continues!
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Sotirios Papathanasiou Sep 17
'I was horrified that children are breathing air this dirty inside the school' Head of Holborn primary school shocked to learn air pollution in classrooms far exceeds World Health Organisation guidelines
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megabusUK 18h
Remember that one megabus can take up to 74 cars off the road!
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Clare Noone Sep 14
Our latest paper ⁦⁩ published in ⁦⁩ shows residential burning of solid fuels leads to Extreme . ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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