EEA warns of air pollution health risk as EU debates tighter limits

European citizens and children especially suffer the long-term effects of hazardous levels of air pollution, the European Environment Agency has warned amid a revision of exposure limits set out in the Ambient Air Quality Directive (AAQD).

by Robert Hodgson

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