Future of the Environment

Air pollution may be affecting how happy you are

Analysing data from 144 Chinese cities, they found that self-reported happiness was significantly lower on days with relatively higher pollution levels. Image: REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

Peter Howley

Associate Professor of Economics, , University of Leeds

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