Nearly all of Europe's city dwellers remain exposed to air pollution in excess of World Health Organisation limits, the European Environment Agency has said.
It comes despite a wave of legal action and growing awareness of a public health crisis that has been dubbed the 'new tobacco'.
The latest edition of the EEA's annual report – based on 2017 data from more than 4,000 monitoring stations across the EU, Balkans and Turkey – shows improvements in some areas.
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