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Clean Air Day: Addressing Lagos, London pollution – Melbourne

Sean Melbourne

Mr Sean Melbourne, Head of Climate Change and Energy West Africa, British High Commission in Abuja, speaking at the LAPESA webinar to commemorate the 2021 International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, explores partnerships for air pollution between Lagos and London in the light of the forthcoming UN Climate Change Conference – COP26 Sean ...

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Clean Air Day: UN releases Air Quality and Climate Bulletin

Petteri Taalas

The COVID-19 lockdown and travel restrictions led to a dramatic short-lived fall in emissions of key air pollutants in 2020, especially in urban areas. Many city dwellers saw blue skies instead of the pollution cloud. But the reduction was not uniformly spread across all regions or all types of pollutants. And many parts of the world still fell short of ...

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World Clean Air Day: Keeping our footprints in the air

air-pollution

Air pollution results from the atmospheric pollution which are deleterious to the human health and our planet too. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that every year, air pollution is responsible for nearly seven million deaths around the globe. Children exposed to air pollution. The WHO says that more than one in four deaths of children under five years ...

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