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For the first time, a non-coal company joined Europe's top 10 list of biggest polluters.
The final result is cleaner, more efficient cars for everyone.
We look into research and development ongoing inside car companies
Unusually high temperatures in some parts of Europe are making air pollution even worse. Euronews looks at how some cities are attempting to tackle the problem.
20 degrees Celsius in London, 19 degrees Celsius in Paris... Western Europe is basking in the sun as the continent enjoys record-high temperature this winter. But there is a major downside to this -- air pollution.
According to the European Environmental Agency (EEA), air pollution currently causes almost 500,000 premature deaths across Europe every year. The Balkans are considered Europe's most polluted region.
Speaking to German newspaper Die Tageszeitung, which uncovered the error, Dieter Köhler said: “I practically do everything by myself and, as a pensioner, I don't even have a secretary anymore.”
In this episode of Futuris, Euronews' Denis Loctier looks at a new EU funded research project developing new tools to measure toxic particles emitted by cars.
The deputy head of Germany's Police Officers' Union, Michael Mertens, supported the introduction of a limit on Friday, calling it "crazy" that some people legally drive at 200 - 250 km/h.
The death rate from air pollution in Hungary is said to be the second highest in the world coming just behind China
The Brief: Romania presidency, pollution protest and Tusk's Christmas wishes
Sarajevo suffocates from air pollution
Madrid has introduced a ban on cars from entering a designated area in the city centre in a push to curb air pollution.
Most of the damage costs of road-related air pollution are health costs.
Republic of Northern Macedonia
FYR Macedonia has been ranked Europes most polluted country with pollution spiking ten times over recommended levels.
Residents exposed to up to 24 times the recommended limit of dangerous particles.
Cold creams, rescue oils and comfort balms.
What can be done to tackle air pollution in Europe and is a surge in support for green parties signalling a shift among voters?
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More than 90% of the world's children breathe toxic air every day, according to a World Health Organization report.