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How Brazil’s air pollution threatens its future

How Brazil’s air pollution threatens its future
Air Pollution in São Paulo. Photo: USP
How Brazil’s air pollution threatens its future
Air Pollution in São Paulo. Photo: USP

Approximately seven million people die each year as a consequence of air pollution, with 90 percent of these deaths taking place in low- and middle-income countries, according to new findings. The World Health Organization’s (WHO) latest research shows that although countries are making efforts to mitigate air pollution’s causes, strategies are not...

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