Is clean air becoming a new global currency?
A clean air crisis is exacerbating existing global inequality as people in deprived areas are forced to breath dirty air. Image: unsplash / @veeterzy
David DuongDirector, Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change, Harvard Medical School
Neha RanaUndergraduate Research Fellow, Harvard Medical School
Riya MasterUndergraduate Research Fellow, Harvard Medical School
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