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In the 05/18/2022 edition:

Study Identifies Outdoor Air Pollution as the ‘Largest Existential Threat to Human and Planetary Health’

Deaths from exposure to emissions from vehicles, smoke stacks and wildfires have increased by more than 50 percent this century, with poorer countries bearing the brunt of the impacts.

Since the turn of the century, global deaths attributable to air pollution have increased by more than half, a development that researchers say underscores the impact of pollution as the “largest existential threat to human and planetary health.”



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