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More than 90% of the world's children breathe toxic air every day, according to a World Health Organization report.
The European Environment Agency has released a report saying that 500,000 premature deaths can be linked to the toxic air we breathe. According to their findings, air pollution is the main cause of premature death in 41 European countries.
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New figures show more than 350,000 dirty diesel cars were exported to Poland last year, mainly from Germany.
Leaders of Germany’s coalition parties have come to an agreement to fix the country’s diesel crisis after marathon talks late into the night.
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"Until now, there has been very little evidence that inhaled particles get into the blood from the lung."
Last Sunday in Paris, at the tail end of the summer, the city's most famous avenue became blissfully free of traffic.
Vincent-Henri Peuch, the head of the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service, said the idea was to make information on air pollution levels “as daily, as mundane as a weather forecast”.
"I think that the car industry is among the big actors that are preventing us from solving the problem."
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Sets are set on the EU’s car industry to help cut air pollution, and journalists sign an open letter to
The wildfire still burning in southern Portugal has scorched almost 24,000 hectares and has caused carbon monoxide levels to rise in the region
French authorities are taking measures to reduce pollution levels amid concerns that ozone levels will spike, adding chronic heart and lung disease to the list of health risks brought about by the heatwave.
The tiny insects collect pollen from thousands of plants daily, in quite a tight radius and then their honey and wax are tested for various toxins. The project's been set up by Italian beekeepers and the carabinieri to understand the air pollution
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The company said the falsifications took place at five of its plants in Japan and involved nearly two and half thousand vehicles.
Older vehicles, especially trucks, will be hit by the ban, and police will begin roadside checks as early as next week, with fines to follow in the weeks ahead.