How is your city’s air impacting you?
Health and environment ministers pledged accelerate action to reduce an estimated 12.6 million deaths annually from pollution as part of a linked climate, health and environment agenda.
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The project employed local residents to retrofit over 2300 homes in Kuyasa township, an informal settlement in South Africa, with solar water heaters...
We may not always see it, but air pollution is the cause of some of our most common illnesses.
of lung cancer deaths
of stroke deaths
of heart disease deaths
of COPD (pulmonary disease) deaths
Outdoor pollution causes an estimated 3 million premature deaths each year.
Indoor pollution causes an estimated 4.3 million premature deaths each year.
See how you can help combat air pollution.
Cities across the world are taking steps to reduce air pollution. Call on your leaders to become a BreatheLife city.