Air Pollution

We must prevent a post-COVID 'carmageddon'. Here's how

How can we create cleaner, more open and safer streets for our children to play in? Image: REUTERS/Alberto Lingria

Sheila Watson

Deputy Director, FIA Foundation

Imke Verburg

Programme Coordinator the Netherlands, Bernard van Leer Foundation

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Air pollution is particularly harmful to children Image: UNICEF / UCLA
Excess deaths from NOx polllution, by country
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