Modeling Study Suggests 1.8M Excess Deaths Attributable to Urban Air Pollution in 2019

A new modeling study led by researchers from George Washington University finds that 86% of people living in cities worldwide are exposed to annual average levels of fine particulate matter exceeding the World Health Organization guideline from 2005, leading to 1.8 million excess deaths in cities globally in 2019.

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