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State of Global Air May 17
is the fifth highest-ranking risk factor for death globally.
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Mark Z. Jacobson May 19
Every organ in our bodies is being damaged by poisonous fumes from (car exhaust, factory emissions power plant emission), according to… via
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Transport & Environment May 19
“These [cruise] ships burn as much fuel as whole towns. They use a lot more power than container ships and even when they burn low sulphur fuel, it’s 100 times worse than road diesel.”
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Gary Fuller May 17
gets another newspaper front page. (Well done to & ). The scientific evidence and calls for action grow by the day but it needs to be matched by political leadership.
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Green Planet May 15
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WHO South-East Asia May 12
causes over 2 million deaths due to heart disease every year. Its is a major environmental risk to health. By reducing air pollution levels, countries can reduce the burden of disease from stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, chronic and acute respiratory diseases.
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Bob Matovu May 19
Given the we're facing, I felt Friday is no longer enough to speed up the action I need. I decided to add Sunday on my days. Today's is against in Uganda
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Extinction Rebellion 🐝⌛️🐝 May 12
"If you deal with it means you will also deal with [the] climate & ecological crisis)... My daughter died a very, very horrible death... I'm too heartbroken to be angry." Rosamund Kissi-Debrah. 🖐🏻 🖐🏿
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Sotirios Papathanasiou May 15
Mexico City pollution: Residents urged to stay indoors... ...instead of putting out the fires 🔥
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Philip McBride May 16
We eat two pounds of food and drink two litres of water each day. How many of us consider the 11,000 litres of air we breathe in that time? Highlighting the importance of air quality at the beginning of my presentation
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Philip McBride May 16
Great setting for today's Annual UK review meeting on outdoor and indoor , really informative day
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Mums For Lungs May 17
This sums the current lack of action on up rather succinctly. “At both a national and local level, tough talk is not being matched by strong political leadership and action”. What do you think?
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dotEXE Mongolia 3m
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twithed May 19
Poverty creates stupidity and unlawful.
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HempatureClothing 15m
A beautiful mountain you can't even see!
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Gary Fuller May 17
“If there is a lesson in the history & current state of science & policy, it is that we constantly underestimate & under-regulate this public health menace.” 📖s including “The Invisible Killer” in
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SOCAAR May 17
may be damaging every organ and virtually every cell in the human body, according to a comprehensive new global review.
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David South 4h
“‘Smart’ traffic cameras monitor toxic air and trigger vehicle fines”.
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No Woo Woo Here 32m
The doesn't like the "unfortunate" attention it got when it estimated 1,400 deaths from . The fix: move away from peer-reviewed scientific data and change the math to lower that pesky projection. Sure, that's ethical.
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stgeorgesfamily May 18
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