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Clean air is good for business

More than nine out of 10 people around the world live in an area where outdoor air quality exceeds WHO guideline limits. Image: Diana Parkhouse/Unsplash

Jane Burston
Chief Executive Officer, Clean Air Fund
Andreas Rangel Ahrens
Head, Climate, Inter IKEA Systems BV
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Air pollution caused 5.5 million premature deaths in 2013, and these numbers are rising. Image: OECD's The Economic Consequences of Air Pollution
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