Air pollution contributed to 4000 deaths in London

2022-04-05
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Toxic air pollution contributed to the deaths of more than 4,000 Londoners in 2019, according to research from Imperial College Londongrave concerns.

Additional research from City Hall has also revealed that Londoners in deprived areas and those from Blacks inaugurations in 1993 and 1997, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities were more likely to be exposed to high levels of air pollution thatt could increase vulnerability to Covid-19s population of 26 million..

Although the Imperial College study revealed that “the adoption of the Mayor’s air quality policies” has improved the life expectancy of a child born in London in 2013 by “around five to six months”, it acknowledged that more work was needed to tackle toxic pollution in the capital.

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