Study: Diesel Exhaust Tied To 38,000 Early Deaths A Year

Roughly 38,000 people die prematurely every year worldwide as a result of exposure to diesel exhaust, according to new research from the Environmental Health Analytics. Importantly, this figure will continue climbing over the coming years if decisive action isn’t taken, according to the researchers involved

Study: Diesel Exhaust Tied To 38,000 Early Deaths A Year was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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