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Daily Bulletin

Issue 3402


Nick Palmer Writer

Public Health England reports 28,000-36,000 deaths caused by air pollution annually Public Health England published a review of possible interventions to improve outdoor air quality, highlighting that between 28,000 and 36,000 deaths each year can be attributed to human-made air pollution. Published on Monday 11 March, the review includes a number of policy recommendations: changing national and local planning frameworks to redesign urban areas to reduce pollution and enable cleaner alternatives; national road transport policies to lower emissions from existing and future vehicles; ...

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