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New UN report outlines air pollution measures that can save millions of lives in Asia

Millions of lives could be saved and one billion people living in Asia could be breathing clean air by 2030 if 25 simple and cost-effective measures are implemented, according to this new UN report. It is the first comprehensive scientific assessment of the air pollution outlook in Asia and the Pacific.

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Global Environment Outlook (GEO-6) Regional Assessment for Asia and the Pacific

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Ambient air pollution: a global assessment of exposure and burden of disease

Report | Public health and air pollution in Asia (PAPA): coordinated studies of short-term exposure to air pollution and daily mortality in two Indian cities
Report | State of Global Air 2018
Report | Actions on air quality: policies & programmes for improving air quality around the world
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