Future of the Environment

Air pollution is the world's top killer, according to new research

Air pollution takes more years off your life than smoking. Image: REUTERS/Jason Lee

Sebastien Malo

Freelance contributor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Particulate pollution is deadlier than smoking, alcohol and drug use. Image: Air Quality Life Index
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