Unicef:"1 in 7 children worldwide breathes poisonous air"

Based on satellite images, the first of its kind, the Unicef report "Clean the air for children" shows that 300 million children live in areas worldwide with extremely toxic levels of air pollution.

Approximately 2 billion children live in areas where pollution levels are exceeded, the minimum air quality standards established by the World Health Organization. These data do not yet account for the millions of children exposed to air pollution at home.

Every year nearly 600,000 children die because of diseases that are caused or aggravated by the effects of indoor and outdoor air pollution. Millions more suffer from respiratory diseases that reduce their resilience and affect their physical and cognitive development.







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Unicef:"1 in 7 children worldwide breathes poisonous air"
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