Air Pollution

Low emission zones in cities deliver real health benefits - Lancet

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In two-fifths of cities, air pollution is seven times higher than global safety levels. Image: Unsplash/JuniperPhoton

Douglas Broom
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London’s clean air zone has cut nitrogen dioxide levels by a fifth. Image: Unsplash/Mario La Pergola


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London’s ULEZ has reduced vehicle CO2 emissions by 800,000 tonnes. Image: Mayor of London via Twitter
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