European low emission zones cut pollution up to 32% - report

Evidence that low emission zones reduce toxic air pollution by up to 32% in European cities shows policymakers have no excuses for inaction, green transport campaigners have said

Evidence that low emission zones reduce toxic air pollution by up to 32% in European cities shows policymakers have no excuses for inaction, green transport campaigners have said, calling on cities and governments to move towards zero emission zones. 

A review of evidence on low emission zones (LEZ) found that more than 250 LEZ schemes are now in place in EU cities with nitrogen dioxide emissions cut by up to 32% in the most successful example in Madrid

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