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Health and Environment Alliance 8h
Great video by "Toxic school run: how polluted is the air that children breathe?"
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Zoltán Massay-Kosubek 🇪🇺 🇭🇺 Jun 17
Doctors should routinely advise their patients to reduce the number of car journeys, 'stop using cars, increase travel by foot and bike to help reduce and improve respiratory and cardiovascular health
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Pierre Dornier Apr 25
"Awareness about is very low, because you can't see it. I would love for governments to do more to inform people about it" says Rosamund Kissi-Debrah
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Health and Environment Alliance May 17
is the no. 1 environmental threat to health in Europe, leading to 400,000 early deaths/year. We need strict enforcement of EU standards to ensure - our 8 demands:
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Greenpeace EU May 17
Air pollution causes about 500,000 premature deaths in Europe every year 😷 We need to stop from: 🚗 transport 🚜 agriculture 🏭 industry ⚡️ energy
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Juan J. Castillo Nov 30
I am thrilled about being appointed as the new executive director of the my commitment is to pursue our goal of a cleaner and healthier world for everyone.
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Max Kunisch Feb 20
from Western Balkan coal power plants is responsible for an estimated 3,900 premature deaths, 8,500 cases of bronchitis in children and other chronic illnesses, says a new report by .
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Health and Environment Alliance Jun 19
Replying to @HealthandEnv
Many cities in the EU exceed the EU’s air quality standards. Our new report recommends policy, teacher and parent action on clean air in schools
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Europe Beyond Coal Feb 25
Check out the top ten coal polluters in the EU and the Western Balkans. The should exclude companies planning new coal power from EU funding and financing. Read full report here >>
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Vytenis Andriukaitis May 17
From Midi Station back to the office - fastest way is by metro. Taking a tiny part in campaign (if I am allowed😉). paramount for good health.
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Valbona Zefi Apr 25
Air Pollution has no borders. telling the story of her doughter Ella, who died cause of the illegal levels of air pollution in UK. Event hosted by Moderator
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Sean Madden Apr 26
In a week of protests by drivers, this could not be more timely. Yes, & new taxis will cost, but when this is the alternative we can't afford not to act.
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Laura Shields 🇪🇺 🇬🇧🇧🇪🇺🇸 Apr 26
Breathing is a big theme in the Greens’ manifesto for the regional, federal and European elections in Brussels. And rightly so. The pollution here is shocking. I worry about my son’s lungs every day.
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CleanAir_1Atmosphere Dec 29
1/2 While we are happy enjoying the festive season with foods and drinks, would like to know 1. which fuel type are you using for cooking (remember biomass burning/ solid fuels are not good for your health. Don’t use charcoal, use LPG)
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Jan Skrzypczak Apr 25
“Ella was only 9 years old when she succumbed to an asthma attack linked to the illegal levels of air pollution in the UK” - a touching event by . We have to act now.
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Anne Stauffer Jun 5
The health community around the world is engaged to and . See which local initiatives exist for for 45 million people in 12 cities worldwide
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Jeffery K Smith Feb 6
Removing diesel buses & delivery vehicles from our city streets and replacing them with electric will reduce our to kerbside/curbside from traffic.
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Health and Environment Alliance Jun 18
Replying to @HealthandEnv
High values of NO2 monitored in and around schools in Madrid underline the issue of traffic-related air pollution. Children are especially vulnerable to its negative health impacts.
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Dorota Sienkiewicz May 24
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SarahJenkinson Dec 8
air quality tonight is unhealthy for everyone - PM2.5 live reading with my AirBeam is 89 µg/m3 = six times WHO safety levels! Explains my headache maybe?
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