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👩‍🔬 2019 State of Global Air w/ Dr. Pallavi Pant

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👋 Hello again! Today Dr. Pallavi Pant returns to Oxygen Mag to handpick stories about the State of Gl
 

Oxygen Mag

January 20 · Issue #40 · View online
Handpicked stories for people who care about clean air.

👋 Hello again!
Today Dr. Pallavi Pant returns to Oxygen Mag to handpick stories about the State of Global Air 2019 report for you. The SOGA is a collaboration between Health Effects Institute (HEI) and The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IMHE). You can follow them on Twitter here.
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Handpicked Stories For You by Dr. Pallavi Pant 🙌
Dr. Pallavi Pant 👩‍🔬 needs no introduction because you already know her, but for the 4 people that haven’t heard of her yet. She wears several hats. She is Staff Scientist at the Health Effects Institute in Boston (USA), serves as the social media editor for the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology and curates @airqualityindia and @airsouthasia.
Exposure to outdoor and indoor air pollution could, on average shorten the life of a child born today by 20 months, and overall, air pollution is responsible for more deaths than many better-known risk factors such as malnutrition, alcohol use, and physical inactivity. Here is a selection of stories focused on key results from State of Global Air 2019. (Click for more SOGA resources here.)
Toxic air will shorten children's lives by 20 months, study reveals
Diabetes deaths due to air pollution highest in India
Air pollution has cut global life expectancy by 1.67 years
Raising our children amidst poisonous air
Sin contaminación, los niños que nacen ahora tendrían 20 meses más de vida
En Afrique subsaharienne, la pollution domestique affecte fortement l’espérance de vie
空气污染成国人第四大健康杀手,报告称全球每年死于空气污染疾病的人数高于交通意外 - 21财经
A Note From Smokey's Nest 🌲
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Until next time,
-Amrit Sharma
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