Future of the Environment

Scientists now think air pollution is fuelling violent crime

Century City and downtown Los Angeles are seen through the smog December 31, 2007.  REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) - GM1DWYDESTAA

Century City and downtown Los Angeles are seen through the smog. Image: REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Douglas Broom
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Scientists have found a strong positive link between pollution (AQI) and crime.
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