Air Pollution

Air Pollution in Europe is Decreasing But It Still Has Some Hotspots

Air pollution kills millions of people each year. Image: REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski

Charlotte Edmond

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Among the EU Member States, the annual mean concentration of fine particles is highest in urban areas of Bulgaria, and Poland, Romania and Croatia. Image: EuroStat
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