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Health Costs of Air and Transport Pollution in European Cities

Transport pollution puts a particular burden on cities, damaging the health of all urban dwellers. Five years after Dieselgate, a new piece of research aims to estimate the social costs of air pollution in 432 cities across Europe.

Join the European Public Health Alliance and Eurocities on Wednesday 21 October from 10:30 – 12:00 CET to discuss the implications of this new research and solutions to ensure #CleanAirHealthyCities

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