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Air pollution is killing 1,200 children and teenagers in Europe each year, EEA warns
Air pollution kills more than 1,200 children and teenagers per year in Europe, according to a report released by the European Environment Agency (EEA) on Monday. It also significantly increases the risk of disease later in life. Despite improvements made … Continue reading
EU citizens may sue countries for health-damaging dirty air, top court adviser says
Citizens in European Union countries may be able to sue their governments for financial compensation if illegal levels of air pollution damage their health, an adviser to Europe’s top court said on Thursday. The adviser’s opinion follows a string of … Continue reading
Report Finds that 97 Percent of Global Cities Did Not Meet Latest WHO Air Quality Guideline
The 2021 World Air Quality Report finds that only three percent of cities and no single country met the latest World Health Organization’s (WHO) PM2.5 annual air quality guideline. The report analyzes PM2.5 air pollution measurements from air monitoring stations … Continue reading
Long term exposure to air pollution may heighten COVID-19 risk
Long term exposure to ambient air pollution may heighten the risk of COVID-19 infection, suggests research published online in the journal Occupational & Environmental Medicine. The association was strongest for particulate matter, with an average annual rise of 1 µg/m3 … Continue reading
European cities could avoid an extra 114,000 premature deaths every year by meeting the new WHO air quality guidelines
An update of the ISGlobal Ranking of Cities shows that the new air pollution recommendations could save up to 58,000 additional deaths for PM2.5 and 56,000 for NO2 compared to the previous recommendations A health impact assessment from the Barcelona … Continue reading
Europe’s industrial air pollution costing hundreds of billions: EEA
Air pollution from industries in Europe causes health and environmental damage estimated at up to €430 billion for a single year, the European Environment Agency (EEA) said Wednesday (29 September). In 2017, industrial air pollution cost society between €277 billion … Continue reading
Reduced traffic during lockdown did not improve air quality in urban areas as much as expected
Two studies led by María Morales Suárez Varela, group leader of the CIBERESP at the University of Valencia and professor of the Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health at the academic institution, have evaluated the impact of mobility restrictions … Continue reading
Which cities in the European Union are worst for air pollution?
Cities in Poland and Italy are among Europe’s worst for air quality, while those in Scandinavia and the Baltics are ranked the best, new data has revealed. The European Environment Agency (EEA) released its latest ranking on city air quality … Continue reading