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Air pollution hits people of colour hardest, US study finds

"Over time, people of color and pollution have been pushed together, not just in a few cases but for nearly all types of emissions" - Julian Marshall. Image: Unsplash/Daniel Moqvist

University of Washington

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People of colour are disproportionately exposed to pollution from all emissions sectors, according to new US based researched. Image: Science Advances
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