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Sophie Apr 18
Be careful out there. PM 2.5 exposure in London is currently 8 times recommended limits (10 μg/m3). For every 10 μg/m3 increase in PM2.5 there is an associated 4%, 6% and 8% increased risk of all-cause, cardiopulmonary and lung cancer mortality, respectively.
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Clean Air Apr 19
What does and PM2.5 particulates do to our bodies? Role of PAHs such as benzo(a)pyrene in smoke & cancer in smokers has been widely studied, it would take 27,333 cigarettes to emit as much benzo(a)pyrene as burning 1kg (2.2 lbs) of wood
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Mayor of London Apr 23
More than two million Londoners live in areas that exceed legal limits. The Ultra Low Emission Zone and the cleaner buses we’ve introduced will transform the air we breathe, making it safer for all of us.
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Climate Reality 8h
Global is taking a devastating toll on children – and we have to do something about it
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Sophie Apr 17
These are not clouds, its haze over England. is a serious public health issue which not only damages lungs but also leads to cognitive decline. Why isn’t this higher up the political agenda?
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Mayor of London 3h
You can limit your exposure to toxic by walking or cycling along routes that keep you off the most polluted streets. Our clean air route finder charts the cleanest commute option for you in seconds. Take a look and share.
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Vlatka Matkovic Apr 25
Fact: Health impacts of are underestimated.
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UN Environment Apr 24
and are closely interlinked. By reducing air pollution we protect the climate. Quick action to reduce pollutants can decrease the chances of triggering dangerous climate tipping points. Let's ! 👉
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Gary Fuller Apr 24
Just arrived in Brussels for "Resistance in the air". Really excited to see a different view on . I'll be giving a public lecture on my 📖 The Invisible Killer () & our work too.
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Sadiq Khan Apr 25
Toxic air isn’t just an invisible killer, it’s a social justice issue. Poorer and minority ethnic Londoners are the most exposed to the harmful effects of . That’s why we’re taking action to clean up our air and
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UNEnvironment Europe Apr 24
Paris has made the biggest ever electric bus order in the to fight and move towards . 🚎We must keep up such efforts to reduce the harmful impact of fossil-based transport on the environment and human health!🌍 .
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Dr Claire Horwell 1m
Gordon Walker () talking about the right to breathe clean air/without harm at the Resistance is in the Air meeting, Brussels. Fact: Poorer people are exposed to more .
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India Air Pollution Monitor Bot 2h
Latest update on in major cities of .
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UChicago EPIC-India 7h
Have you seen this video that refers to different pieces of research and news from and 's and asks - What is your country doing to fight ?
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AuraSmartHome 49m
What are the effects of air pollution?
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Mums For Lungs Apr 23
We’ll be at the House of Commons tonight (23rd), amongst others, to stress the importance of speeding up the clean up of London's . Still a long way to go indeed. .
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HawaBadlo 6m
The paint contains ultrafine titanium dioxide that breaks down NOx and converts it into harmless substances.
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thebreathingroom Apr 23
Recruiting more parents for the anti idling campaign down at Town Hall. To clean the air we breathe is one of the many things we need to do to save the natural world.
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Little Ninja UK 4h
Q Why do children in have 5-10% reduced lung volume? A Because they are exposed to really high levels of . Q When are they exposed? A When they spend time on/near busy roads. Q Who manages these roads? A TfL Q Are TfL held to account? A No Q Should they be?
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Environmentum 54m
Lung cancer is on the rise among people who have never smoked because of increasing exposure to toxic air, but doctors – and politicians – are unaware of the problem’s scale, experts warn.
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