G20 countries are failing to integrate air pollution into their climate plans, a new study finds. The authors want that fixed at COP28.
When we think about the dangers of fossil fuels, we tend to imagine the climate consequences on a grand scale from wildfires to flooding.
But there is, of course, a more insidious and direct way that burning coal, oil and gas harms us – air pollution.
“Air pollution sits at the nexus of public health and climate change, yet too many countries are still failing to reap the health benefits of clean air and climate action,” says Nina Renshaw, head of health at the Clean Air Fund.
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