A new article from the New York Times writes of the dangers of air pollution:
“This week the World Health Organization is holding what it calls the first global conference on air pollution and health at its headquarters in Geneva.
Air pollution has become the “new tobacco,” its director general, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, wrote in an op-ed last week. “The world has turned the corner on tobacco,” it said. “Now it must do the same for the ‘new tobacco’: the toxic air that billions breathe.’”
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