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NDTV 22h
| IKEA plans to convert the rice straw traditionally burned by farmers into a renewable material source for its products, in order to curb caused by stubble burning
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Ivonne Leenen 1m
Paediatrician Christian Doering, a HEAL partner, is concerned about harming children’s development and about the role of coal power generation. Read his story here 👉
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King's College London Nov 19
"Humans can live for three weeks without food and three days without water — but only three minutes without air."
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RADE Bristol 3h
ALERT: RT overnight has risen, and the city is awakening to higher levels than recent days.
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Greenpeace 6h
When it comes to the war, no one wins
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Energy Policy Institute at UChicago Nov 19
Introducing our new index, which allows anyone to see how much longer they would live if their community met the guideline, national standard or a custom pollution reduction. Explore the to learn pollution’s impact on your life
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Damian Carrington 17h
cuts global average lifespan by nearly two years – study - making it single greatest threat to human health story by me
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Greenpeace 21h
Paediatrician Christian Doering and his patients are among the estimated 46M people exposed to pollution from ’s plants. They’re paying the company’s bill with their health.
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Yekbun Gurgoz 3m
Only you can't quit as you could quit smoking
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Robert Rosencrans 17h
Article of the day: multi-organ toxicity by particulate matter PM 2.5 in zebrafish (PM 2.5 are the smallest particles in polluted air) Developmentally toxic to heart, liver, and nerves Science helps us understand the effects of chronic environmental stress
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Kaushik Vaidya 2h
Replying to @KaushikVaidya
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Airtopia Nov 16
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ClientEarth 22h
“It is incredible that in 21st-century Britain parents are having to think about moving their families to escape illegally polluted air which is harming their children.” - Andrea Lee, ClientEarth
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BioZone Europe 16h
Some good indicators that your indoor air quality is bad: Your allergies are flaring up You're getting new or unusual symptoms Your lungs ache Speak to us if you think your indoor air quality may be bad and you want to do something about it!
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Dr Chris Satow 16h
and team's new portable monitor has its first outing . Values below EU limits thankfully! An exciting new piece of equipment for research, student projects and outreach work. Thanks to
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Jiri Jerabek 55m
Czech biggest utility ČEZ has ranked 4th most polluting in the EU. A new report estimated 730 premature death caused by their NOx, SO2 and dust emissions in 2016. Read the report here:
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Lidwien Smit 1h
But COPD is a preventable disease. We need: ✔stringent anti policy ✔ safe workplaces ✔ use of clean fuels ✔ reduced And ❤ support for patients.
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Mark W Tebbutt 19h
Yes number 1 UK source of health damaging PM2.5 .
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King's College London Nov 15
in London is restricting children's lung development:
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Maggie Clark Nov 19
Perspective and contrast, compelling story for and . Thanks and others researching global air impacts. Also thinking of the ~3 billion exposed daily to similar household levels from the simple act of cooking... have yet to see masks in those envts.
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