Air Pollution

Air pollution is killing millions — it’s time to hold ourselves accountable for the harm it causes

Air pollution is a problem the world over, with 99% of people breathing air that exceed World Health Organization's safety guidelines. Image: Reuters

David Duong

Director, Program in Global Primary Care and Social Change, Harvard Medical School

Tolu Oni

Director, Global Diet and Activity Research Group and Network, MRC Epidemiology, University of Cambridge

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