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Tag Archives: The Great Smog
Economists Find First Link Between Early Childhood Exposure to Air Pollution and Later-Life Arthritis
A recent study by economists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has – for the first time – found a link between exposure to air pollution during early childhood with the development of arthritis later in adult life. Jamie Mullins, … Continue reading
The truth about London’s air pollution
Invisible pollution kills up to 9,000 people a year in the capital. But under government plans, from school gates to shopping streets, Londoners will be breathing dangerous air until 2025. What more can be done? In the morning, this traffic … Continue reading
The lethal effects of London fog
After the Great Smog of 1952 killed up to 12,000 Londoners, the country cleaned up its act. But today, pollution of another kind may be just as insidious – and almost as lethal. Imagine smog so thick that you can’t … Continue reading
The History of UK Air Pollution! Looking Back through Smog Tinted Glasses
The effects of air pollution have been a concern for city dwellers since the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. In 1273, the use of coal was prohibited, then in 1306 a law was passed to stop the use of certain types … Continue reading