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🇬🇧 Issue 14: The Guardian's "Must Read" Air Pollution Stories

🙏 Namaste, It's Amrit from AirAirAir, and in this issue of Oxygen Mag, we recognize excellence is jou

Oxygen Mag

June 1 · Issue #14 · View online
Handpicked stories for people who care about clean air.

🙏 Namaste,
It’s Amrit from AirAirAir, and in this issue of Oxygen Mag, we recognize excellence is journalism. The Guardian is a British publication that always does a remarkable job covering air pollution - from public policy changes to epidemiology research - from UK-specific issues to countries around the world. I love their stories because they’re in-depth, passionately written and easy to read. Today I’ve handpicked stories from this past year that I consider “must reads.”
Love clean air? Please tell the person sitting next to you right now about Oxygen Mag. And, share this on (1) Twitter (2) LinkedIn, or (3) via a quick e-mail.

Handpicked Stories For You 🙌
🇰🇪 'There is no escape': Nairobi's air pollution sparks Africa health warning
🇺🇸 Breathless in Bakersfield: is the worst air pollution in the US about to get worse?
🇧🇩 Rajshahi: the city that took on air pollution – and won
🇮🇩 100,000 may have died but there is still no justice over Indonesian air pollution
👽 Toxic air pollution particles found in human brains
👶 Air pollution linked to increased mental illness in children
🚑 Thousands of British children exposed to illegal levels of air pollution
🇨🇳 'Forest cities': the radical plan to save China from air pollution
A Note From Smokey's Nest 🌲
Help me out in 2 seconds: I’ll be in Kathmandu (Nepal) for a few weeks. Do you know anyone who works on air pollution matters here? Maybe air quality researchers, science journalists, face mask companies or colleagues, please hit reply to this e-mail and let me know.
🔥 Are you an air quality researcher, climatologist, journalist, entrepreneur or author and would you like to curate an upcoming issue of Oxygen Mag? Just hit “reply” and send me a note. I reply to every message.
Until next week,
-Amrit Sharma 😷
Founder, AirAirAir and Smokey
New Delhi, India
P.S. Oops! Sorry, I was supposed to send this out to you on Tuesday but accidentally merged my e-mail addresses from my previous startups here, and spent the last 24 hours removing each one manually. In case, I missed one and you’re getting this email unexpectedly, please let me know and I’ll remove you – or just hit the “unsubscribe” button below. Or stick around if you care about clean air and want to get non-spammy handpicked air pollution stories once a week. :) Again, sorry! 😕
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