Europeans would gain four months of life under WHO air pollution standards, study suggests

The average life expectancy in Europe would increase by four months if air pollution limits were in line with World Health Organization (WHO) standards, and gains would be even bigger in the most polluted areas of the continent, the annual update of the Air Quality Life Index (AQLI) has shown.

by Claudia Delpero

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