Future of the Environment

What would happen if we removed cars from cities?

"It’s outrageous that we’ve reached a point where it’s healthier for some people to stay inside and not exercise, rather than walk outside and breathe polluted air" Image: REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski

Audrey de Nazelle

Lecturer in air pollution management, Centre for Environmental Policy at Imperial College London

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