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Health Impacts of Transported Global Air Pollution and International Trade

Health Impacts of Transported Global Air Pollution and International Trade

Globalization moves production and health problems to low cost countries such as China.

Estimations show that 3.45 millions of deaths of people yearly are caused by PM2.5 particulate matter in the ambient air. 760.000 of these deaths are caused by production of goods in one continent for use in another continent.

Read the full article from Nature Vol.543.

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Svante Wallin
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