Air pollution could claim 6.6 million lives per year by 2050, double current rate; small domestic fires and ag the worst offenders

By mmillikin

If air pollution emissions continue to rise at the current rate, some 6.6 million people could prematurely die annually by 2050, double the current rate of 3.3 million people per year, according to a study carried out by a team led by researchers at the Max Planck Institute for

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